(* That was tested in KDE 4.2 on SuSE 11.0 *)

There are some ways to autostart Compiz Fusion...

- a script in ~/.kde4/Autostart with a link in there and then (...)
- Applications / Configure Desktop / Advanced / Autostart and so link a fusion-icon ...
- ALT+F2, compiz --replace... (...)
- ...

and maybe so much more but if you trace the loading sequence in KDE 4.2 you'll see a kwin loaded first too like Window Manager and then will change to Compiz Fusion and then will change to Emerald like Window Decorator... Many work there, not too fast, thats fine but what do you think about this:

- Applications / Configure Desktop (or Personal Settings. It's the same thing)
- General tab / Default Applications / Window Manager
- Select: Use a different window manager
- Select Compiz ( Don't push Configure button )
- Push Apply button and close window.
- To configure Compiz Fusion has 3 programs:

Applications / Utilities / Desktop / Simple CompizConfig Settings Manager
Applications / Utilities / Desktop / CompizConfig Settings Manager
Applications / Utilities / Desktop / Emeral Theme Manager too

It was so easy or what?
(* That was tested in KDE 4.2 on SuSE 11.0 *)



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