Le 06/12/2009 10:45, Suvayu Ali a écrit :
In fact, ccsm is not active by default you have to change the compiz-gtk
script to enable ccsm (see
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=532229) after this water
plugin works fine ...
On Sunday 06 December 2009 01:39 AM, Eric Tanguy wrote:
Le 06/12/2009 09:50, suvayu ali a écrit :
2009/12/6 Eric Tanguy<eric.tanguy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Le 05/12/2009 20:12, suvayu ali a écrit :
2009/12/5 Eric Tanguy<eric.tanguy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Is there somewhere a howto or something like that about compiz
don't know which plugins are in fedora, which one could be add and
use it (key combinations). I try to test the water one and i can't
to find the keys to use or the keys does not work ...
So according to http://wiki.compiz.org/Plugins/Water to activate it i
to hold down<Control><Super> and move the mouse. I assume<Super> is
window key. it does not work so either the plugin does not work or i
problem with my keyboard.
First you would need to install ccsm (compiz-manager) then turn on the
plugins and make sure they are bounded to the keys you want. The keys
mentioned in the compiz wiki are the default key bindings given that
the corresponding plugin is turned on.
I hope this is clearer. Have fun.
I installed it and enabled water effects but it does not work. How to
know what key is <super> ?
Although its usually the "Windows" key, you can check by running xev
from the terminal. This will give you a keycode for the key, but I
don't know how you can make sure that is the correct keycode.
The other way you can check would be to try changing any of the
default key bindings in ccsm, that should let you see whether compiz
recognizes your super key correctly.
Thanks for the help
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