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I have this little python3 code-blob that reacts to workspace switching. It's not made to display a notification, but to work around a chromium redraw bug. Anything you want to happen on workspace switch, you can easily throw in to the "fire_the_kludge" function though. https://github.com/aking1012/chromiumKludge/blob/master/kludge.py Here's a ...
This is WRT Gtk 2.0, although I presume 3.0 is similar (and Xfce uses 2.0 anyway, I think). Themes, etc. are defined using configuration files. The default one is ~/.gtkrc-2.0, but it can be overridden using an environment variable: GTK2_RC_FILES=~/.gtk2-altrc xfce4-terminal Will start the Xfce terminal using ~/.gtk2-altrc. The easiest way to generate ...
try this: xdg-desktop-menu forceupdate [--mode mode] out of man xdg-desktop-menu
You can run multiple X sessions on different VTs and toggle between them. VTs (virtual terminal) are the non-GUI consoles you can access via, e.g. Ctrl Alt F-#, where # is from 1-6. Your current X session already occupies one, so if F-1 doesn't work, try F-2, etc. The console will have a login prompt (if you use a graphical login, that may be what you get ...
Display Settings Did you check under System-Settings -> Displays (the names might be slightly different)? The screen resolution may have changed to one that isn't the same aspect ratio as your monitor. This setting is per user, which is why your login screen looks fine. Test User Create a test user (as root):- #useradd -m testuser #passwd testuser ...
This question is very old, but you need to remove the line from /etc/xdg/lxsession/LXDE/autostart that is starting pcmanfm. The right-click menu you see there is not from openbox, but from the pcmanfm desktop window.
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