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    Default compiz fusion

    Hello,
    how can I run compiz fusion?
    I have installed some applications for compiz fusion and I have configured the compiz menu.
    but it doesn't work...

    For example Wobbly windows doesn't work

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    Default Re: compiz fusion

    Do you have 3D acceleration enabled in SaX2 (on the first screen/tab thereof)? If you do, then you probably just got some Compiz settings mixed up. Is it KDE or Gnome?
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    Default Re: compiz fusion

    -3D: I think it's on, its an ATI Radeon 2300
    - its KDE 4 (latest opensuse)

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    Default Re: compiz fusion

    make sure you choose compiz as the window manager in the Config Desktop.
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    Default Re: compiz fusion

    Should have said
    go to

    Configure Desktop _ Default Applications _ Window Manager
    select compiz
    apply

    Ctrl-Alt-Backspace
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    Default Re: compiz fusion

    I have done you're actions that you sayed.
    Now suse starts up I get the logon screen but when I enter my password and press enter he loads (icon: HDD, config, KDE etc) and than I see a little screen where stands in "Compiz fusion" after that he goes back to the logon screen

    HELP

    (sorry for my bad english)

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    Exclamation Re: compiz fusion

    can somebody help me?

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    Default Re: compiz fusion

    can't you login to kde3 or icewin
    if so you could rename .kde4 here

    if all else fails try

    renaming .kde4 to .kde4old then try again

    to do the above:

    boot with failsafe and login at the prompt with your username and password.
    Then type
    cd /home/*yourusername

    now type

    mv .kde4 .kde4old

    (I think that's right)
    it should re-name .kde4
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    Default Re: compiz fusion

    Go into Control Center - Sessions and add an command to run on a startup /usr/bin/compiz

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    Default Re: compiz fusion

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    can't you login to kde3 or icewin
    if so you could rename .kde4 here

    if all else fails try

    renaming .kde4 to .kde4old then try again

    to do the above:

    boot with failsafe and login at the prompt with your username and password.
    Then type
    cd /home/*yourusername

    now type

    mv .kde4 .kde4old

    (I think that's right)
    it should re-name .kde4
    thanks i've don it you're way

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