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The solution is here: Linux Mint 17.3 MATE now comes with Compton.

Just go to Desktop Settings -> Windows -> Window Manager and choose Metacity + Compton. That's it.

I have AMD video card and it works out of the box for open source driver.

For proprietary AMD driver, when HTML5 videos are maximized to full screen, you might see blue color that will fill the whole screen. To fix this, create and chmod +x the script below and add it to Startup Applications:

#!/bin/bash
 
killall compton 2> /dev/null
compton -b --unredir-if-possible

Run it whenever you restart the system, but don't try to add it to Startup Applications -- it might break startup for some reason.

The solution is here: Linux Mint 17.3 MATE now comes with Compton.

Just go to Desktop Settings -> Windows -> Window Manager and choose Metacity + Compton. That's it.

I have AMD video card and it works out of the box for open source driver.

For proprietary AMD driver, when HTML5 videos are maximized to full screen, you might see blue color that will fill the whole screen. To fix this, create and chmod +x the script below and add it to Startup Applications:

#!/bin/bash
 
killall compton 2> /dev/null
compton -b --unredir-if-possible

The solution is here: Linux Mint 17.3 MATE now comes with Compton.

Just go to Desktop Settings -> Windows -> Window Manager and choose Metacity + Compton. That's it.

I have AMD video card and it works out of the box for open source driver.

For proprietary AMD driver, when HTML5 videos are maximized to full screen, you might see blue color that will fill the whole screen. To fix this, create and chmod +x the script below:

#!/bin/bash
killall compton 2> /dev/null
compton -b --unredir-if-possible

Run it whenever you restart the system, but don't try to add it to Startup Applications -- it might break startup for some reason.

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The solution is here: Linux Mint 17.3 MATE now comes with Compton.

Just go to Desktop Settings -> Windows -> Window Manager and choose Metacity + Compton. That's it.

I have AMD video card and it works out of the box for open source driver.

For proprietary AMD driver, when HTML5 videos are maximized to full screen, you might see blue color that will fill the whole screen. To fix this, create and chmod +x the script below and add it to Startup Applications:

#!/bin/bash

kill $(pgrepkillall compton) 2> /dev/null
compton -b --unredir-if-possible

The solution is here: Linux Mint 17.3 MATE now comes with Compton.

Just go to Desktop Settings -> Windows -> Window Manager and choose Metacity + Compton. That's it.

I have AMD video card and it works out of the box for open source driver.

For proprietary AMD driver, when HTML5 videos are maximized to full screen, you might see blue color that will fill the whole screen. To fix this, create and chmod +x the script below and add it to Startup Applications:

#!/bin/bash

kill $(pgrep compton)
compton -b --unredir-if-possible

The solution is here: Linux Mint 17.3 MATE now comes with Compton.

Just go to Desktop Settings -> Windows -> Window Manager and choose Metacity + Compton. That's it.

I have AMD video card and it works out of the box for open source driver.

For proprietary AMD driver, when HTML5 videos are maximized to full screen, you might see blue color that will fill the whole screen. To fix this, create and chmod +x the script below and add it to Startup Applications:

#!/bin/bash

killall compton 2> /dev/null
compton -b --unredir-if-possible
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The solution is here: Linux Mint 17.3 MATE now comes with Compton.

Just go to Desktop Settings -> Windows -> Window Manager and choose Metacity + Compton. That's it.

I have AMD video card and it works out of the box for open source driver.

For proprietary AMD driver, when HTML5 videos are maximized to full screen, you might see blue color that will fill the whole screen. To fix this, create and chmod +x the script below and add it to Startup Applications:

#!/bin/bash

kill $(pgrep compton)
compton -b --unredir-if-possible