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    Configuration question about compiz config tool


    With the app that mint uses to configure compiz, is there a way for me to tell a specific window type/app to not use the standard window dressing such as how chromium gives you the option to either use gtk or not? I basically just want to be able to tell compiz not to add the title bar and borders to one specific application. This is on Mint 11.

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    There is a way I found but it removes all Window decorations for a statically named window. In the Window Decorator panel, set the Decoration Window value to
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    (any) & !(title=WindowNameHere)
    I don't think there's a way to say do not use Compiz to decorate this window. The reason Chrome works like that is it is built in to the software directly.
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    Yea, I found that myself. And it does work other than the fact that not only does it remove decoration but also all compiz handler rules as well but I can live with it for now.

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