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Do you use binary Nvidia driver nvidia-319 or Bumblebee? If you're using nvidia, try removing it and install sudo apt-get install bumblebee primus If bumblebee, try proprietary driver (need to uncomment contrib and non-free in /etc/apt/sources.list) sudo apt-get install bumblebee-nvidia primus


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Correction to IlMostro_7: It should be dconf write /org/gnome/settings/daemon/plugins/cursor/active false


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You can make a script that does the following: xdotool key super+d wmctrl -s <desktop#> and bind that to the key you want. You probably have to install packages before you can use the commands (sudo apt-get install xdotool wmctrl on Debian based systems). As a bash script moving back to the first window (counting starts at 0): #!/bin/bash xdotool ...


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I just fought with this issue for an hour. It turned out that my problem was that LC_COLLATE was set to C (it had an extra space) instead of C in /etc/locale.conf.


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I have the same issue and SSH with -X or -Y gives same result. Here is the reason and "answer" in form of a workaround. The reason is that the menu background aka "the black bar" is rendered on top of the gnome panel instead of behind it. I have created this bug report at xquartz, and hopefully they will solve it. ...


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The problem lies in a PulseAudio module called module-role-cork which exists to pause music and video during phone calls. All applications are given a media-role property which can be either music video or phone. The Cork module will give any application tagged phone exclusive access to the PulseAudio server and pause anything not tagged as such. Simply ...


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Add this line to /etc/rc.local before exit 0 this will the same when system starts.


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You can use gnome-session-properties in terminal or using Alt+F2. That opens up Startup Applications Preferences in my Linux Mint (could be different for your distro). Give a name for your command (optional) Write the bash code in Command option Add any comment (optional) Alternatively, you could give a command to execute a bash file (which contains ...


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There's an extension for GNOME Shell which enables this behaviour: https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/310/alt-tab-workspace/


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openSUSE 11.2 is not supported any more, see https://en.opensuse.org/Lifetime Using it is not secure as security updates are not available anymore. I'd suggest you to upgrade to current version 13.2.


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I just spent most of an afternoon hunting down WTF is going on with the active vs other tabs visibility for the https://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/GtkNotebook.html widget, with the default theme (Raleigh), for the same reason as the OP. I Finally got tired of having it near-impossible to see which tab is active at a glance. (There is a visible ...


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I had the same issue after a fresh install of arch. I checked, double checked and triple checked the locale.gen and even removed every locale except en_US.UTF-8. I was just about to give up when I checked under settings, Regions & Language and discovered the language was not set even though I had run the command to set it. After picking english and ...


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There is a workaround to this problem: Open the "Keyboard preferences" dialog, the "Layouts" tab Use "Add" button to add another keyboard layout, any layout will do, the first one is Afganistan, it works too On the "Choose a Layout" dialog use the "Add" button to add selected layout and close the dialog You are back on the "Keyboard preferences" dialog, ...


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The favourite in Gnome Classic view follows the favourites in the Gnome 3 shell. Click on Activities in the top-left corner or use your keyboard's Windows button if it has one, to bring up the activities overview. Right-click on one of those activities and Add to Favourites. It should now be visible in the Gnome Classic Favourite menu.



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