Description of problem:
I have two monitors attached to a pair of nVidia Quadro FX 580. On startup of the gnome session, compiz is active in the first screen, but in the second, windows haven't got decoration, gtk-window-decorator is dead. I tryed to disable and enable the efects (as I did with bz #490159) but it doesn't work. I can provide the decorations by opening a terminal in the second monitor and runing gtk-window-decorator
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Log in to gnome
2. Start desktop effects
No window decorators in second screen (:0.1)
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I had this problem in F-12 but it was eventually fixed (bz #546172)
Same problem for me - worked fine F12 - broken in F13.
$rpm -qa | grep compiz
Dual head, configured as separate X displays.
Broken in F14
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