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Ubuntu Tweak 0.5.8 released with new tweaks and support for Natty

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I’ve noticed that a lot of people have already started playing with Ubuntu 11.04. The Unity seems so cool that people can’t wait to use it.

I’ve also played with Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha, so I spent some time in supporting Natty, especially the latest Compiz 0.9.2.1.

Now all the features under “Compiz Settings” can be function well under Natty: Workspace Edge Settings, Desktop Effects and Menu Effects.

With just one click, you can release the power of Compiz!

The transparent menu:




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