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There has been some discussion in Ubuntu lately about whether the accidental problems users cause when using compizconfig-settings-manager justify the remove of the package from our archives all together.

One of our community contributors, who wants to keep ccsm around, has proposed this patch[1] so that users scrolling through the ccsm window won't accidentally change values, and I was wondering if there was any interest upstream in adopting these changes. We're still early enough in the 12.04 cycle to have these changes made in debian then pulled into ubuntu, if it is something you would accept.

[1] https://code.launchpad.net/~alanbell/ubuntu/precise/compizconfig-settings-manager/safetyfirst/+merge/90389

Michael Hall

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