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    Angry Help - one small problem with emerald

    I HAVE EMERALD AND COMPIZ ON UBUNTU 9.04 - I'VE SELECTED A THEME AND OPENED A TERINAL AND RAN emerald --replace. The Theme Takes Effect, but the Terminal Process doesn't stop loading.... ever... I Cannot get it to show me another bash $ line to exit the terminal. If I Try to Close the Terminal it says "Process still running, Are you sure you want to Terminate the Process) when closing the terminal, If I Close it - The Theme goes Right Back to normal Compiz Theme....

    What is the Issue? PLEASE HELP, I love this theme.
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    Last edited by therocco2k; August 17th, 2009 at 06:55 PM.

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    Re: Help - one small problem with emerald

    ALT+F2

    and make sure NOT to check run in terminal.

    Also... if you want it to run on startup:

    System > Preferences > Startup Applications (or Sessions)

    Add a new entry, name is Emerald Theme Manager and put in the command box emerald --replace.

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    Re: Help - one small problem with emerald

    Damn, you beat me to it!

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    Re: Help - one small problem with emerald

    Man I Guess Windows is still in me, or in the authors of the tutorial writers for Emerald Theme Changes. Run it as a Command, not in a Terminal - F2 Worked Perfectly and I did set it to start on Start-up. Also you'll be happy to know I got my Avant Manager Installed and my little Mac OSX Toolbar on he bottom.

    My Desktop is starting to look something fierce, thanks agian.

    Did anybody enjoy the HIgh Resolution Wallpaper I included for the help?

    Rocco V Castoro

    Quote Originally Posted by coldReactive View Post
    ALT+F2

    and make sure NOT to check run in terminal.

    Also... if you want it to run on startup:

    System > Preferences > Startup Applications (or Sessions)

    Add a new entry, name is Emerald Theme Manager and put in the command box emerald --replace.

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    Re: Help - one small problem with emerald

    Quote Originally Posted by therocco2k View Post
    Did anybody enjoy the HIgh Resolution Wallpaper I included for the help?
    Where is it?

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    Re: Help - one small problem with emerald

    Attached to the first top message of mine, below the message.!!!

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