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I installed CompizConfig Settings Manager in Ubuntu 11.10. Changes made to settings (for example key bindings) work perfectly, but the changes are not applied when I reboot. I have to run compiz --replace to re-enable my key bindings.

Anyone have any ideas?

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I ended up adding unity --replace to my startup applications and that did the job.

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Pls accept your answer – Tachyons Mar 7 '12 at 5:40

If you want it to be automatic, I had the same problem what I did is create a txt file, I wrote in it unity --replace . Saved it and made it executable and

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