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Enable Transparent Desktop Cube + Wobbly Effects with compiz in Ubuntu/Linux Mint/other Ubuntu derivatives [Step by Step Instructions]

Enable Transparent Desktop Cube + Wobbly Windows in Ubuntu 13.10/13.04/12.10/12.04/11.10/Linux Mint 15/14/13/12/other Ubuntu derivativesIn the past effects and animations was main part of Linux desktop GUI, like windows animations, desktop cubes, desktop effects, wobbly/other windows, and other graphical effects. I am wondering now technology is improving day by day but Linux is kicking out animations/effects from GUI. Back in years whenever I showoff those nice animations and effects to friends in my system then I felt proud ‘Like a Boss’.Ubuntu 13.04 doesn’t have compiz installed, it can be installed from Ubuntu repositories. Somehow Ubuntu includes some basic effects to its GUI, but there is no built-in option to change them or add more effects to desktop.Compiz is a compositing manager, which means that it enhances the overall user interaction by adding fancy effects to your windows, from drop shadows to awesome desktop effects like the Desktop Cube or the Expo

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