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Opacity Change Based On "class=" Doesn't Work With Multi Class Names

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http://askubuntu.com – I'm running Ubuntu 11.10 and I'm not using Gnome mode. I prefer to have most windows semi-transparent by default, so I set this in "Opacity, Brightness and Saturation" (CCSM): type=Menu|PopupMenu|DropdownMenu|Combo|Dialog|ModalDialog|Utility|Tooltip|Notification Opacity=75 type=Normal Opacity=85 It works. However, a browser window looks wired with transparency. Therefore, I add an exception: type=Menu|PopupMenu|DropdownMenu|Combo|Dialog|ModalDialog|Utility|Tooltip|Notification Opacity=75 class=Firefox Opacity=100 type=Normal Opacity=85 It works as desired. The FireFox window i (HowTos)