How to reset it all back to default when you mess it up !



Re: How to reset it all back to default when you mess it up !

Postby JOHNNYG » Mon Aug 10, 2009 9:35 am

Hey blackwolf, Is this just to reset compiz ? or is it like bimbows tp system restore ? :D
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Re: How to reset it all back to default when you mess it up !

Postby DarkChild » Mon Aug 10, 2009 9:41 am

JOHNNYG wrote:Hey blackwolf, Is this just to reset compiz ? or is it like bimbows tp system restore ? :D


Its in the Compiz Fusion section so I am thinking it is for resetting Compiz Fusion when all the settings are mess up or just needs to be reset back to the default settings!!
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Re: How to reset it all back to default when you mess it up !

Postby JOHNNYG » Mon Aug 10, 2009 10:52 am

DarkChild wrote:
JOHNNYG wrote:Hey blackwolf, Is this just to reset compiz ? or is it like bimbows tp system restore ? :D


Its in the Compiz Fusion section so I am thinking it is for resetting Compiz Fusion when all the settings are mess up or just needs to be reset back to the default settings!!


This would be good to add to my compiz "how to's" yes ? :D
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Re: How to reset it all back to default when you mess it up !

Postby DarkChild » Mon Aug 10, 2009 11:07 am

JOHNNYG wrote:
DarkChild wrote:
JOHNNYG wrote:Hey blackwolf, Is this just to reset compiz ? or is it like bimbows tp system restore ? :D


Its in the Compiz Fusion section so I am thinking it is for resetting Compiz Fusion when all the settings are mess up or just needs to be reset back to the default settings!!


This would be good to add to my compiz "how to's" yes ? :D


Yes it would be, I say go ahead & add it to your how to if & when you get Blackwolf's approval!! Oh well don't think he would mine you using it, so go for it!!
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Re: How to reset Compiz back to default when you mess it up !

Postby DarkChild » Tue Aug 11, 2009 12:34 am

Blackwolf wrote:Nope ,don't mind at all ;)
This will reset Compiz back to default. Hey,it's a nicer place with you 2 around ;)
This damn time difference is a tad annoying sometimes.


Same here Blackwolf. Its great having you, JOHNNYG & the rest of the guys around, you guys make the light really shine bright around here!!
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