Compiz burn effect while closing Window

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sensenku
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Compiz burn effect while closing Window

Postby sensenku » Mon Jan 18, 2016 10:51 am

HI. I d like to install burning effect on my Linux Mint 17.3. I activated Compiz and installed compiz-plugins-extra and still no burning animation for closing windows.

Please help me and thank you a lot.

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Re: Compiz burn effect while closing Window

Postby ComputerJunkie » Sat May 28, 2016 8:13 pm

I have the same question as sensenku and would also like an answer to the problem. I do not have the option of activating the Animation Add-ons, as mentioned in other threads, because it does not exist. :(

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Re: Compiz burn effect while closing Window

Postby Goz » Mon Jun 06, 2016 11:58 am

I had Compiz for years and I never could get the window burning effect...I got the mouse to burn though..
If you get it going,would you let us know how you did it?
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Re: Compiz burn effect while closing Window

Postby Bucolique » Mon Jul 03, 2017 7:54 pm

Hi !

I'm a new customer to this forum. I'm using 18.1 and also would like to have the burn effect. I think it's because with 18.1 and also 18.2 we don't have the latest CCSM. I saw a youtube video where an Ubuntu 16.10 user reported his version of CCSM was 0.9.13 and he had many more choices (including burn) in the animations. What we have is 0.9.12. You do get some animation with it but many including the burn effect isn't there.

Not to hijack this thread, but if someone knows how you can upgrade CCSM from 0.9.12 to 0.9.13 I would like to know about it. It would also satisfy the OP on this thread I think.


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RDL


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