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You can use Alacarte: Alacarte (previously the Simple Menu Editor for GNOME or SMEG) is a menu editor for the GNOME desktop, written in Python. It has been part of GNOME since the 2.16 release. To install, just run: sudo yum install alacarte Edit: If you don't see the launcher right away, try restarting Gnome Shell. Also, make sure that the ...


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you can create a ".desktop-file" file in "~/.local/share/applications" then the specified "Icon" will show up in the shell menu For example "Open Office 2014" launcher: $ cat/more ~/.local/share/applications/.dekstop-file [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Encoding=UTF-8 Name=Open Office 2014 Comment=Open Office 2014 ...


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I have found a solution to my problem. I don't know the default behavior of the Overview w/o extensions (because I installed the Workspace Grid extension almost immediately), but it turns out that my experience is not the default behavior with Workspace Grid installed. Indeed, the Workspace List is supposed to appear as soon as the Overview is brought up, ...


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This gentleman's link was very helpful Has a great answer: Anyway, now you have your resolution set to whatever you need it to be. You’ll need to copy the settings file, which is located at ~/.config/monitors.xml. That file contains your display settings. In order to proceed further, you’re going to need access to root. I’m going to assume that you’ll ...



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