I'm having issues with getting Windows games to go fullscreen. The top bar is gray and always says "WINE Windows Program Loader" and the Ubuntu sidebar shows as well. I've did a bit of reading and it appears to be related to Unity's Compiz. So I downloaded CompizConfig Settings Manager (ccsm) from the Ubuntu Software Center and ticked the box beside "Legacy Fullscreen Support" in the "Workarounds" section, since that's what another site recommended. But to no avail. I've also tried emulating a virtual desktop in winecfg (WINE Config), no luck there either. Non-WINE applications like VLC have no issue going fullscreen. All I want is for all my Steam games to go into fullscreen correctly like they do on Windows. I've already tested alot of games and got them into fullscreen and running correctly, but to do so I had to install KDE and XFCE. I really dont want to feel forced to use another windowing manager just to get games to play right.

Also, can someone recommend a script or app that disables Compiz's desktop effects while games are running? I have heard that it can have a huge hit on performance.