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Building on top of @meuh's answer I came up with the attached script. Here are the features: Spawns five terminals two each left and right and one on the top Terminals are initially minimized and set active if cursor hits border inside the terminal height / width, disappears if window is active and border hit again Notes: I found the behavior of ...


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You can do something like this with xdotool. For example, xdotool behave_screen_edge top search --name mywindowname windowactivate will continuously monitor mouse movement and when at the top of the screen it will search for a window named mywindowname and cause it to be visible, depending on your window manager.


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Feature is called "Coasting speed". To disable it you can use: xinput --set-prop --type=float "<your device>" "Synaptics Coasting Speed" 0 0 to list devices you can use: xinput list alternative variant (for touchpads) is synclient options (there are 3 of them): CornerCoasting = 0 CoastingSpeed = 0 CoastingFriction = 0


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Disable the GUI from Ubuntu System. Here I am going to show, how to disable GUI without removing package of lightdm, gdm, compiz unity. You can start it manually. Please follow the below steps. Step 1-: Open the "grub" file. $ sudo nano /etc/default/grub Step 2-: Replace the line with "text" like below. Default line GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet ...


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First make sure you have gnome-tweak-tool installed: sudo apt-get install gnome-tweak-tool Then use this command from a terminal: gnome-desktop-item-edit --create-new ~/Desktop


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The trick is to make the speaker or headphone state follow the state of the master channel depending on if you have the headphones plugged in or not. See my answer and modify the solution to your needs: http://askubuntu.com/a/757113/238987


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Your solution is not solving the problem, you have always to click refresh repeatedly. We can fix this issues with more elegant way. Choose "On Desktop" as Position Go to options -> Advanced -> Windows Change "transparency type" parameters to "copy". Voila, widget now will always stand on the desktop. Even if you hide all windows or do cmd/win + ...



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