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run beryl and load settings at startup?

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is there any way to make beryl load and it's settings load, and the emerald theme load on startup?
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is there any way to make beryl load and it's settings load, and the emerald theme load on startup?
Yes. What distro are you using? and what window manager. And what method did you use to install Beryl?
    
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Yes. What distro are you using? and what window manager. And what method did you use to install Beryl?
Doesn't Beryl only work in Ubuntu?
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Doesn't Beryl only work in Ubuntu?
Beryl works on all of these

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I'm using fedora core 7, kde, and it was already installed on the live cd when i installed the image to my harddrive.
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