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First Compiz Based Unity Screenshots

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Starting yesterday, the Compiz based Unity is available in a PPA for Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal. Unity can be enabled on the Desktop version (you don't have to login to the Ubuntu Netbook Edition) from the CompizConfig Settings Manager (Unity is a Compiz plugin):

After enabling the Unity plugin, the first obvious change is that the Unity launcher becomes transparent:

However,




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