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Old 31st May 2010, 07:55 PM
frankdd89 Offline
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Weird Windows aspect after gnome-shell

Hi Fedora people! My name is Francesco and i've recently installed Fedora 13 Gnome x86_64.
The installation was fine, after all the updates were done, I've installed Mesa-dri-experimental and then Gnome-shell.
After I activated Gnome-Shell windows have some weird aspect (see image below )

I've a acer 8930g laptop with a geforce 9600m gt.
Do you have any Idea of what's wrong?
I've also noticed that this problem disappear as soon I apply a theme with non rounded windows ( like Crux )
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Old 1st June 2010, 08:01 AM
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Re: Weird Windows aspect after gnome-shell

I guess you know that Gnome shell is still under development?
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