kprowell wrote:I just tried that and it still doesn't work. Did I miss anything? Do I have to make changes to my xorg.conf?
That was my mistake, there isn't anything called "xgl-server". Firstly you need to have the ati propietary drivers installed through the restricted driver manager. If you've got that then do this:
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sudo aptitude install xserver-xgl
Then log out and back in again. Then go to system>preferences>appearace>visual effects tab and choose the setting you want. You don;t have to tinker with xorg.conf at all in my experience. .
Sorry about that!