BTW: I use xcompmgr. After installing, run this to make it run on boot:
Edit: Turns out xcompmgr ships with Raspbian, but is disabled by default. Title now makes that clear.
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echo "@xcompmgr -C -c -o 0.5 -l -19 -t -10 -r 14 -f -O 0.05 -I 0.05" >> /home/pi/.config/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart