Habilitando Plugins do Compiz Fusion no Ubuntu 7.04

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Abaixo estarei demonstrando como configurar outros plugins do Compiz Fusion no Ubuntu 7.04 de forma simples

1º) Habilite o Desktop 3D ( Compiz ) no painel System/Desktop Effects de seu Ubuntu;
2º) Abra o terminal e adicione o mirror de Apt abaixo em seu arquivo /etc/apt/sources.list
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3º) Atualize o banco de dados de pacotes do Apt com o comando
apt-get update

4º) Instale o pacotes abaixo conforme o exemplo.
apt-get install compiz-fusion-plugins-* compiz-kde compiz-gnome compizconfig-settings-manager compizconfig-backend-kde libcompizconfig-backend-gconf taskbar-compiz compiz-plugins compiz-settings emerald xserver-xgl

5º) Procure no painel System/Preference/Compiz Setting Manager, basta escolher o efeito desejado e mandar aplicar.

Simples não ? abaixo estou relacionando os comandos de controle dos plugins do Compiz

Switch windows = Alt + Tab
Arrange and View All Windows = F12 turns on or off; clicking a window will zoom it to the front
Switch desktops on cube = Ctrl + Alt + Left/Right Arrow
Switch desktops on cube – with active window following = Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Left/Right Arrow
Rotate cube manually = Ctrl + Alt + left-click
Zoom-in once = Super-key right-click
Zoom-in manually = Super-key + wheel mouse up
Zoom-out manually = Super-key + wheel mouse down
Move window = Alt + left-click
Snap Move window (will stick to borders) = Ctrl + Alt + left-click
Resize window = Alt + right-click
Bring up the window below the top window = Alt + middle-click
Slow-motion = Shift + F10
Water = hold Ctrl + Super key
Rain = Ctrl + F9
Change Opacity = Ctrl + Alt + Wheel mouse (up + | down -)
Change Saturation = Ctrl + Super + Wheel mouse
Film effect – changing dekstop = Ctrl + Alt + Down Arrow (hold the Ctrl+Alt then for changing desktop + Left/Right arrow. You can also hold down the left mousebutton to move the “film”) Can be used in combination with the “Switcher”.