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Beryl part of Fedora Extras now

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Thanks to Jarod Wilson Beryl is now part of Fedora Extras and can therefore be installed without any additional configuration - just fire up yum or Pirut, and install beryl-gnome or beryl-kde, depending on what desktop environment you prefer.

Also, the packages which has been included come along with two nice extras:

* The package aquamarine can be used as a window manager inside of beryl. It will use the window themes you chosen in the normal KDE control center.
* heliodor supports Metacity themes and is therefore a drop in replacement for the GNOME users.

There might be more in the future.

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