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I found an answer over at AskUbuntu. It looks like some fonts are missing and need to be re-installed. Here's the steps from that answer: sudo apt-get install msttcorefonts sudo fc-cache -fv Reboot your machine and it should have the title bars fixed.


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Have you seen this extension, it says "A replacement for Alt-Tab, cycles through apps on current workspace only."


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I just finished setting up a ~150% zoom under Cinnamon, hope this will help you too because GNOME is similar to Cinnamon. I started with xrandr commands from this HiDPI ArchWiki article: xrandr --output HDMI1 --scale 1.2x1.2 # try 1.3 also xrandr --output HDMI1 --panning 2304x1296 # this is for 1920x1080 at 1.2 Then i wanted to set it permanent, tried ...


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X doesn't support scaling via xorg.conf or similar, only via xrandr. You can configure panning over a larger virtual display, but that won't help you increase the size of what's on the display. However, you may be able to get an approximation to the fractional scaling you want via a combination of a couple of changes. First, reduce the overall scaling ...


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I had the same problem, searching I found a post in a reddit forum of Arch Linux. Here is the solution that works for me https://www.reddit.com/r/archlinux/comments/4bawf7/a_stop_job_is_running_for_session_c2_of_user/d17th3u Install watchdog # pacman -S watchdog And then start the service at boot: # systemctl enable watchdog.service ...


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There can be more than one way to do this. But I recommend you to disable internal sound hardware of beaglebone black by adding optargs=capemgr.disable_partno=BB-BONELT-HDMI in the end of /boot/uEnv.txt file. And reboot your board with sound card connected. This will make your sound card as default hardware . So every sound process will select your sound ...



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