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Desktop
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Located in ../src/50-metacity-desktop-key.xml.in.h:1
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Window Management
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Located in ../src/50-metacity-key.xml.in.h:1
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Could not parse "%s" as an integer
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Located in ../src/ui/theme-parser.c:612
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Did not understand trailing characters "%s" in string "%s"
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Located in ../src/ui/theme-parser.c:621 ../src/ui/theme-parser.c:676
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Failed to parse message "%s" from dialog process
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Error reading from dialog display process: %s
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Error launching metacity-dialog to ask about killing an application: %s
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Missing %s extension required for compositing
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Located in ../src/core/display.c:261
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Failed to open X Window System display '%s'
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Located in ../src/core/display.c:339
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Lost connection to the display '%s';
most likely the X server was shut down or you killed/destroyed
the window manager.
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Located in ../src/core/errors.c:272
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