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I've been using i3wm for the past few days on Kubuntu 14.04.1 LTS (Ubuntu derivative), and it's a bit different of an experience. Since Ubuntu uses the LightDM Display Manager, you can install i3wm and give it a try alongside your current window manager. Just install the proper packages using the following in your shell: sudo apt-get i3 Note that Ubuntu ...
It's a bit of a hassle, but i would re-install the whole system without X (using the the MinimalCD version of Ubuntu), and then perform a clean install of Xorg and XMonad: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install xorg xinit sudo apt-get install xmonad ... plus all the other small stuff you need; mail client, web browser, This way you will get a clean ...
I pressed ccsm/preference/profile "Reset to defaults" and then did: sudo compiz-decorator restart and everything worked. "Windows Decoration" is not selected.
It was just enough to start in safe mode and tick a box "Reset Toolbars and Controls"
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