Compiz Fusion

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If you’re using a new Nvidia or ATI graphic card, you will most likely have to install a proprietary driver for it which you can do under System > Administration > Restricted Drivers Manager. If you are not sure, please try to get Compiz Fusion working without a proprietary driver first, and if it doesn’t work, install the proprietary driver for your graphic card using the Restricted Drivers Manager.

1)Open the Synaptic Package Manager (System > Administration > Synaptic Package Manager)

2)Use the Search function and search for compizconfig.

3)You should find the package compizconfig-settings-manager in the results. Click on it and select Mark for Installation.

4)Accept that package’s dependencies by clicking on Mark.

5)Afterwards, you should also select the packages emerald and gnome-compiz-manager for installation (you can use the Search fuction again to find them).

6) Accept that package’s dependencies by clicking on Mark

7)Next, click on the Apply button.

8)Confirm your selection by clicking on Apply again.

9)Afterwards, the packages are being downloaded and installed.

10)After all packages have been installed, you can close the Synaptic Package Manager.

Now :

Enabling Compiz Fusion

  • To make sure that Compiz Fusion is enabled, go to System > Preferences > Appearance.
  • In the Appearance Preferences window, go to the Visual Effects tab and make sure that Custom is selected. That’s it already. To configure Compiz Fusion, you can click on the Preferences button.

You can do the same by going to System > Preferences > Advanced Desktop Effects Settings.

  • In both cases the CompizConfig Settings Manager opens where you can define the behaviour of Compiz Fusion.

Keyboard Shortcuts

Here’s a list of the most common Compiz Fusion keyboard shortcuts:

  1. SUPER+SHIFT+DRAG LEFT MOUSE = draw fire
  2. SUPER+SHIFT+C = clear fire
  3. CTRL+ALT+DRAG LEFT MOUSE = rotate cube
  4. CTRL+ALT+LEFT ARROW = rotate cube
  5. CTRL+ALT+DOWN ARROW = flat desktop
  6. SHIFT+ALT+UP = initiate window picker
  7. CTRL+ALT+DOWN = unfold cube
  8. ALT+TAB = window switch
  9. SUPER+TAB = flip switcher or ring switcher, depending on which is enabled.
  10. ALT+F7 = initiate ‘move windows’
  11. SHIFT+F9 = water effect
  12. SHIFT+F10 = slow animations
  13. CTRL+ALT+D = show desktop
  14. For Grouping and Tabbing:
  15. SUPER+S = select single window
  16. SUPER+T = tab group
  17. SUPER+Left = change left tab
  18. SUPER+Right = change right tab
  19. SUPER+G = group windows
  20. SUPER+U = ungroup windows
  21. SUPER+R = remove group window
  22. SUPER+C = close group
  23. SUPER+X = ignore group
  24. Hold the SUPER button then select the windows you want to group and then hit SUPER+G.

The SUPER key is the Windows key on most keyboards.

Have Fun.

Enjoy (-:

Interactive Orkut Shortcuts

Greasemonkey Script: This script provides you Interactive Shortcuts for Orkut.

My mom says that I am the laziest person in this worldredface. But I never bother about her comments. After all, technology is something that makes us a little lazy and i can’t leave new technologies. Here is presenting you with the laziestlol “Interactive Orkut Shortcuts” script. Visit One corner of orkut from the orkut and be lazy like me.twisted

Minimum Requirements : Mozilla Firefox, Greasemonkey Add-on.

Procedure:
arrowInstall the script, take a cup of coffee and relax. This script has all those hover effects too, which others don’

Let the screen shots explain the functionalities (I am lazy in typing toorazz)

Hope Evil doesn’t mind posting his photo on this blog, without his permission.wink

Remove Reverse Code from Community Name


Remove Reverse Code from Community Name… !!

Trick Type: Java Script
Created by: Lost Soul
Published at: OUG

If you put reverse text caractor in your Community. Its really Hard remove that caractor because its not easily delete from del command. so here is solution.

? Copy this Javascript.
? Paste in your address bar(where you write www.orkut.com).
? Hit enter.

? Run it on the community edit page

javascript:ls=alert(“Script made by Lost Soul”);ls1=document.forms[1].elements[2];ls1.value=””;ls1.value=”Naughty Fellows !!”;void(0)

if In case you want to solve the prob for multiple communities, try this:

javascript:ls=alert(“Script made by Lost Soul”);ls1=prompt(“Enter your community Name”, “Enter the name here”);ls3=document.forms[1].elements[2];ls3.value=””;ls3.value=ls1;void(0)

Thanks to Lost Soul

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