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[Bug 740258] Re: Pixmap memory leak in gtk-window-decorator


Yes, a workaround is to replace gtk-window-decorator with unity-window-

You can do it simply by pressing ALT+F2 and typing "gconf-editor", then
navigating into "/apps/compiz-1/plugins/decor/screen0/options/" and
changing the "command" key to "unity-window-decorator --replace".

Another way, however, non-persistent, is pressing ALT+F2 and typing directly "unity-window-decorator --replace &".
This way, the unity-window decorator would be replaced by the gtk one once Compiz is reloaded meaning that you would need to run this command on every login.

Hope this helps.

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