Compiz 0.9 landing in Rawhide

Bastien Nocera bnocera at
Wed Jan 19 11:03:38 UTC 2011

On Tue, 2011-01-18 at 14:20 +0000, Adam Williamson wrote:
> So all the gconf schemas are now in -gconf subpackages which you don't
> have to install unless you really, really want to use the gconf
> configuration storage system for some reason. If you do, you'll have
> to
> make sure whatever method you use for launching compiz sets the
> 'gconf'
> parameter instead of 'ccp'. The compiz-gtk script which most people
> probably wind up using, one way or another, to launch compiz now
> specifies 'ccp' not 'gconf'. I have tested the 'ccp' configuration
> method quite carefully and can report that, contrary to how it's been
> in
> Fedora for a while, Compiz configuration you set with ccsm actually
> works now. :) 

Except it means that you're losing all the keyboard configuration that
used to be done in the GNOME "Keyboard shortcuts" preferences.

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