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Try going to chrome://flags/ and enabling Npapi
In recent GNOME use: gsettings set org.gnome.mutter overlay-key '' and to restore the default keybinding use: gsettings set org.gnome.mutter overlay-key 'Super_L' borrowed from here.
Basically, without going too much into detail: The User Interface (UI) is a generic term for the space where interactions between user and computer occur. Mainly, you're talking here about a Graphical User Interfaces (GUI). The desktop environment is a GUI which is an implementation of the desktop metaphor and allows users to interact with an operating ...
Based on don_crissti answer, I have created a bash script for automating this task. Here is the script: #!/bin/bash if [ -z $1 ]; then echo "usage: screencast <outfile>" exit 1 fi fname=$1 audio=$(pacmd list-sources | sed -n 's/\s*name: <\(.*\.monitor\)>/\1/p') pacmd set-default-source "$audio" echo "Screencast started, to stop it ...
That key/schema was removed in gnome-shell ≥ 3.10 so the solutions you found on the internet no longer work. Ray Strode, gnome dev1: I've had a couple of people ask me if there's a way to do this in gnome-shell 3.10 and later and I haven't had a good answer. It's complicated by the fact that g-s-d now handles starting things and the ...
Most likely it has to do with this commit: Open a directory with Anjuta where they changed: [File Loader] -SupportedMimeTypes=application/x-anjuta-old +SupportedMimeTypes=application/x-anjuta-old,inode/directory so when installing anjuta, update-desktop-database is run (during post-install); that updates /usr/share/applications/mimeinfo.cache and the ...
First, install the User Themes Extension. Having done that, you can unpack your downloaded themes into ~/.themes (so that they end up in ~/.themes/ThemeName, with the directory gnome-shell under that). Then, they'll show up in Gnome Tweak Tool. (You may have to restart the shell, with ALT-F2, a single r in the command dialog, and <enter>.)
I've found the solution for this problem here http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?t=119637 It seems that the binary shipped from AMD is linked against another version of libc, and this breaks for some reason gnome-control-center (as it calls useraccounts and this seems to be dependent somehow (why???) of some GL libs.) This is of course purely a shot ...
... the bug behind is pretty bad... I found this post which links to enter link description here. To make it short, the command is indeed /bin/sh /path/to/script where script is a shell script containing scrot -s -b '%Y-%m-%d_%H:%M:%S_screenshot.png' -e 'mv $f /home/$USER/Myfolder' ... but assigning this to a shortcut via Settings -> Keyboard -> ...
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