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    Compiz - windows not behaving properly when enabled

    When I right click the fusion icon and select "Select Window Manager" > "Compiz" from "Xfwm4" I get something strange. The title bar style changes, and I am unable to move or resize windows. Window Decoration is enabled in the settings manager.

    Xfwm4:
    http://i.imgur.com/bIYTHx5.png

    Compiz:
    http://i.imgur.com/GPGvMCU.png

    Tested the Desktop Cube and it works though.
    Suggestions?

    (using Mint 14 with xfce)
    Last edited by Artificial Intelligence; March 15th, 2013 at 09:49 AM. Reason: added prefix

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    Re: Compiz - windows not behaving properly when enabled

    Moved to Other OS/Distro Talk.
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    Re: Compiz - windows not behaving properly when enabled

    For some bizzare reason, "Move Window" and "Resize Window" are not enabled by default in CCSM (I frankly don't know why they're even implemented as plugins rather than being built-in, and for them not to be on by default is absolutely insane).

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    Re: Compiz - windows not behaving properly when enabled

    I do a remaster of XFCE and in this pc i post install compiz,

    http://youtu.be/U0j5yV5TsL0

    Enable gtk-window decorator on fusion icon and install plugins of compiz,



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