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Bartosz P Hajn√≥wka, Poland
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Metacity Themes by bponury 13 comments

on keyboard click ALT+F2
A window will appear and in that window paste this:
Quote:compiz --replace
(there's a space after compiz)
And click run.

And does that commands I gave you earlier finished without error?! - May 13 2011
HoneyComb

Metacity Themes by bponury 13 comments

Type this in terminal (exactly also spaces need to be in the exact place) so use Copy and Paste:

Quote:gconftool -s /apps/gwd/metacity_theme_active_opacity 0.4 -t float
gconftool -s /apps/gwd/metacity_theme_opacity 0.4 -t float

gconftool -s /apps/gwd/metacity_theme_active_shade_opacity false -t bool
gconftool -s /apps/gwd/metacity_theme_shade_opacity false -t bool

Furthermore what linux distro are you using? Is it debian family? If so try typing this in the console as well:

Quote:sudo apt-get install gtk2-engines-murrine gtk2-engines-pixbuf


and please tell me if that works - May 12 2011
HoneyComb

Metacity Themes by bponury 13 comments

What exactly isn't working?

If transparency isn't kicking in try that two quotes on top of this page.

Also you will need pixbuf and murrine theme as I suppose

Additionally run: compiz --replace
and see if that helps - May 12 2011
HoneyComb

Metacity Themes by bponury 13 comments

That code you've provided should restore 'default' theme look for other themes. - May 11 2011