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    Question about screenlets


    I've been suing for some time screenlets on my gnome, but I haven't found a key feature...

    How do I set a key combination to make my screenlets for front of all windows and after I make the combination again, they go under all windows? there is a way to make it behave like this?

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    Go to System->Preferences->CompizConfig Settings Manager. Try the "Widget Layer" in the Desktop section. If you don't have CompizConfig, the package name is compizconfig-settings-manager. You can install it from System->Administration->Synaptic or
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    sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager

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    I have installed mandriva (so, sudo will not obviously work) with compiz config installed, but cannot find nothing about widgets...

    Maybe I have to download a different compiz configuration tool?

    EDIT: Nevermind, just installed the extra set of compiz fusion plugins and now it works, but when I press the f9 button it will only make widgets appear/disappear in the desktop, if I have anything else opened and focused they will apper behind those windows.

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