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15Sep Compiz Fusion

The merge between Compiz and Beryl finally has an official web site. Anyone can now learn about compiz fusion at http://www.compiz-fusion.org/ or the details about the project, like, how to enable each plugin or get help installing anything related to compiz fusion at http://wiki.compiz-fusion.org/.

13Aug Mercury Messenger + Compiz Fusion

Finally, I’ve found some good way around the issue between java and compiz, that kept me from using mercury. I’m able to use both now, with the tray working and all is working fine. If there’s anyone out there also trying to solve this: Start by downloading this patch for the jre engine, and then […]

25Mar Beryl in Ubuntu

I’m happy to see that all the legal issues were put behind, and that beryl is already available in the Ubuntu repositories. Beryl is a fork of compiz, but, in my opinion, it is developing way much faster! In the past few days, there has been some huge discussion, to define if beryl should merge […]

15Mar Beryl 0.2

Beryl 0.2 is finally out! I’ve made my upgrades and finally the ATI issues are solved. My window decoration is running fast and stable! If you’re using Ubuntu, upgrade from these official repositories: deb http://ubuntu.beryl-project.org edgy main deb http://ubuntu.beryl-project.org feisty main deb http://debian.beryl-project.org etch main While nvidia user are able to run it from Aixgl, […]