Description of problem:
It would be nice to have a feature which loads
in the section module of /etc/X11/corg.conf
Then It will remove the following error for the user:
compiz: No sync extension
When deactivating desktop-effects, on kde, all opened applications get the
gnome-window-decorator. It would be better to have those opened applications
inherit kde's windows decorator.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
It's been more that 3 weeks , any updates on either of these 2 RFE?
compiz 0.3.6 has a kde-window-decorator but its not enabled by default because
it depends on dbus-qt which is in extras. with the extras/core merge it should
be no problem to build it.
No, the problem is that the dbus-qt bindings used by the kde-window-decorator
are not supported. When someone updates the kde-window-decorator to use the
d-bus bindings that ship with qt4 we can look into enabling it.
may I know the status of this bug ? should it be closed ?
(In reply to comment #0)
> Description of problem:
> RFE 1:
> It would be nice to have a feature which loads
> Load "extmod"
> in the section module of /etc/X11/corg.conf
> Then It will remove the following error for the user:
> compiz: No sync extension
extmod is loaded by default if there's no Module section. Anything _adding_ a
module section, is broken. The nvidia driver package in particular is guilty of
On F8, I have the KDE window decorator when compiz is enabled on KDE.
I'm satisfied and closing this bug.