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    Penguin of trust elija's Avatar
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    Does anybody use Emerald window manager.


    Linux format says it replaces your window borders with a more pleasant and customisable alternative. I remember using it a few years ago and it did look good but it was very unstable with the window borders disappearing at random.

    Has it stabilised and is it worth giving another go?
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    I am using emerald with no problems. It could also depend on which emerald engine the theme is using whether there are problems and the other effects compiz is using.

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    I'm thinking about giving it another go but I have finally found a gnome theme I like. Ah well, I can always swap back
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