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How do I make my windows “wavy”?

I had Ubuntu before and there was an awesome option that allowed me to get a window "jelly" effect, however after reinstalling Ubuntu 6 months later I find that the system settings is less comprehensive and lacks my favorite "jelly" option. Any way to get it back?

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Possible duplicate: askubuntu.com/q/88860/18612 –  WarriorIng64 Jan 30 '12 at 4:07
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You’ll want to enable “Wobbly windows” plugin in the CompizConfig Settings Manager. If you don’t have it installed, run sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager or search for it in the Software Center.

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If you want to enable wobbly windows but don't want to take the risks involved with using CCSM, you can also set this option using Ubuntu Tweak, under Tweaks > Compiz Settings > Desktop Effects:

Location of wobbly windows setting in Ubuntu Tweak

See How do I install Ubuntu-Tweak? for installation instructions.

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Just to note - the only reason to state U-T is 'safer' then ccsm is it limits access to plugins. Otherwise it's no different - the desktop may flash/refresh after enabling a plugin. Additionally, given the default of 2X2 Ws's, U-T's "Enable workspace switching.." is done incorrectly & of little value. *if a user had previously set Desktop based viewport switching using the more useful 'prev/next' then U-T will actually go ahead set create a conflict without warning or option. (The bulk of the issues in 11.04/11.10 where the result of poor Ubuntu dev decisions, not ccsm itself –  doug Jan 29 '12 at 20:14
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