Description of problem:
PICK ONE, PLEASE. OK, THX, BYE.
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Well, beryl manager is the tray menu thingy used for turning beryl on and off,
changing window decorators, etc, while beryl settings manager and beryl settings
manager (simple) are editing the window decorator properties. One can rpm -e
beryl-settings-simple to trim it down a little bit... Could also maybe rpm -e
beryl-settings if you don't care to tweak the settings... But yeah, all three of
those are slightly different things provided by three different upstream packages...
Man I hope that upstream compiz and beryl merge in a sane fashion... :)