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I am working on a script that will allow you to use a video as a wallpaper. This script uses xwinwrap and mplayer, when i have the script running the video is shown as a wallpaper and with windows/files open it all works. But when i close or minimize all windows/files my Unity panel and top panel disappear and the video comes on top of the panels.. I can get them back when pressing Super or Alt+Tab but i want them to stay on top of the video wallpaper.

hoping you guys can help me out... greetings from tinuz

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closed as too localized by Bruno Pereira Mar 3 '12 at 1:20

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  • install Compiz Config Settings Manager
  • run ccsm
  • go to Ubuntu Unity Plugin and click on it
  • in the reveal mode section change it to never
  • sit back
  • ??????????
  • Profit!
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Thanks for the answer but this doesn't fix it ... – tinuz Oct 25 '11 at 9:57
When disabling the reveal mode your Unity launcher will not appear when set to auto hide or dodge windows... do NOT disable this option – tinuz Oct 26 '11 at 8:37

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