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Oct
19
awarded  Teacher
Oct
19
answered Al cambiar de escritorio se cierran las ventanas o no se mueven del suyo
Oct
19
answered How to change xorg.conf file with permission?
Oct
19
comment How do I enable Alt + middle mouse button window resizing in Xubuntu?
Then just try compiz --replace ccp and see if it works.
Oct
19
comment How do I enable Alt + middle mouse button window resizing in Xubuntu?
If you want a theme that matches the default greybird theme just extract the folder egtk in deviantart.com/download/83104033/…; into the folder .themes on your home folder (if .themes doesn't exist, create it). And run this on a terminal: gconftool-2 -s -t string /apps/metacity/general/theme 'egtk', gconftool-2 -s -t string /apps/metacity/general/titlebar_font 'Droid Sans Bold 10' and gconftool-2 -s -t bool /apps/metacity/general/titlebar_uses_system_font false. In the first command is either egtk or elementary (I'm not sure).
Oct
19
comment How do I enable Alt + middle mouse button window resizing in Xubuntu?
I'm afraid you can't use both xfwm4 (because it's a compositor itself). I use the default window manager entry in the CCSM, which will allow you to use metacity themes.
Oct
18
answered Headphone not working in Lubuntu 11.10
Oct
18
comment How do I enable Alt + middle mouse button window resizing in Xubuntu?
Well it depends on whether you like or not to have more eye-candy on your desktop. I use it because I can't live without the Scale Plug-in (to switch between windows) and the Hot Corners Plug-in (to activate the Scale plug-in and to Show my desktop). Another function that I find useful is the Grid Plug-in to maximize windows or use half of the screen for a window (like you can do on Windows 7). The disadvantage is that you need a non-very-old graphics card and it uses more system resources. But like I said before if all that you want is to resize windows you can always use Alt+F8.
Oct
17
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17
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17
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answered How do I enable Alt + middle mouse button window resizing in Xubuntu?
Oct
17
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Oct
17
asked Is it possible to use the 'unity-greeter' for LightDM on Xubuntu 11.10?