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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #150 on: 18. December 2014, 18:14:44 »
I had that problem. Disabling 'titlebar-uses-system-font' in dconf makes it work with whatever font you specify.

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #151 on: 18. December 2014, 19:50:58 »
I had that problem. Disabling 'titlebar-uses-system-font' in dconf makes it work with whatever font you specify.
You're also using Ubuntu fonts or?

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #152 on: 18. December 2014, 20:43:24 »
Any font - it doesn't matter - just have the font installed and untick that option in dconf. It used Cantarell correctly, and now I'm using Noto Sans, like the rest of my system.

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #153 on: 18. December 2014, 22:01:19 »
Really, without that option checked in dconf I can see GTK theme (borders of windows with icons). But still there isn't CCSM in Settings menu anymore and I have grey strip where windows title is (it isn't in the color of the theme). Do you have similar experiences?

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #154 on: 18. December 2014, 22:08:12 »
I use Infinality, and the latest Compiz on my Intel only laptop (the only one I have access to at the moment). That grey bar issue has not come up.

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #155 on: 18. December 2014, 22:09:31 »
I use Infinality, and the latest Compiz on my Intel only laptop (the only one I have access to at the moment). That grey bar issue has not come up.
Hmmm, that's strange (that you don't have similar problem)  :o

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #156 on: 18. December 2014, 22:26:16 »
Thank you Ayceman.
Chazza has now reported the same in the AUR comments.

...question is, how do i deal with it...


But still there isn't CCSM in Settings menu anymore
Indeed it appears the icon isn't showing up in Xfce's settings manager anymore (should still be in the menu though, is for me).
Just means the sed line for the .desktop file has broken, i'll fix it.

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #157 on: 18. December 2014, 22:35:01 »
Thank you Ayceman.
Chazza has now reported the same in the AUR comments.

...question is, how do i deal with it...

Indeed it appears the icon isn't showing up in Xfce's settings manager anymore (should still be in the menu though, is for me).
Just means the sed line for the .desktop file has broken, i'll fix it.
Do you maybe have any idea what could be the problem with that grey "thing" in the title bar? It shows independently which theme I choose to use (like it always use Adwaita title bar color). Can I tweak something in dconf-editor (maybe I accidently click on something there; I'm tired, it's almost 11pm here :P)?
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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #158 on: 18. December 2014, 22:49:11 »
Can I tweak something in dconf-editor (maybe I accidently click on something there; I'm tired, it's almost 11pm here :P)?

Settings the user has customised are bold in dconf-editor, so you can see what you've adjusted yourself.

And no, i don't know why your titlebar doesn't change colour.
Try the "compiz-xfce-greybird" decoration, for me it respects theme colour.

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #159 on: 18. December 2014, 23:04:42 »
Settings the user has customised are bold in dconf-editor, so you can see what you've adjusted yourself.

And no, i don't know why your titlebar doesn't change colour.
Try the "compiz-xfce-greybird" decoration, for me it respects theme colour.
It seems that compiz or metacity are responsible for that because I didn't change anything... Well, I tried it again and I hope that I was helpful as a tester. :)

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #160 on: 18. December 2014, 23:21:51 »
heh, the problem is now reproducing for me too, once i turned system-font off, i now can't turn it back on without the crash.

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #161 on: 19. December 2014, 00:04:57 »
heh, the problem is now reproducing for me too, once i turned system-font off, i now can't turn it back on without the crash.
Hahahaha, it's contagiously!  ;D

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #162 on: 19. December 2014, 00:06:54 »
Ok so the latest package (0.9.12.0-4) will fix the issue for people experiencing it the second they open the "Compiz GTK decorator theme" selector app. It also, for now, has cantarell-fonts as hard depend.

I'll report upstream and hopefully it will get fixed soon and we can go back to just using the system font.

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #163 on: 19. December 2014, 00:21:15 »
Ok so the latest package (0.9.12.0-4) will fix the issue for people experiencing it the second they open the "Compiz GTK decorator theme" selector app. It also, for now, has cantarell-fonts as hard depend.

I'll report upstream and hopefully it will get fixed soon and we can go back to just using the system font.
I also hope that grey "thing" (grey title bar) will also be in the past tense time with the new version...

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Re: Compiz 0.9 series package available
« Reply #164 on: 19. December 2014, 00:48:49 »