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For those who don't mind using keyboard shortcuts instead of the mouse scrollwheel, here they are (tested with Gnome 3.14.2: Super+Alt+8 : Toggle zoom enabled/disabled (when enabled, the next two keyboard shortcuts become active) Super+Alt+'+' : Zoom in (increases zoom factor by 1.0) Super+Alt+'-' : Zoom out (decreases zoom factor by 1.0, until it is 1.0) ...


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First, i tried strace parent processes like systemd and Xorg.bin, but i'm new to strace so i can't figure out. Then i thought it might related to permission issue (su -, sudo, ...etc). So i plan to press the shortcut key as root. So i quickly realized i can use sudo xdotool key Super+s to test it. Then what's surprising me it just works! So i try xdotool ...


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You can write a search provider — see this documentation. But that won't change the application search. The default search is built-in, and it orders applications by frequency, which, from this source file, we can see is stored in ~/.local/share/gnome-shell/application_state. From the source, the algorithm is: /* The ranking algorithm we use is: every time ...


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Try, in sequence: CTRL+a, | # create a new pane CTRL+a, <TAB> # goto the new pane CTRL+a, c # start a new shell in the pane


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If you use a privative graphical driver, probably you must stop and start the service gdm3, cause it will be failed at the start with restart command.


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I'm not sure about Fedora, but just yesterday I've installed an Apple Wireless keyboard on Debian without any problems. My goal was to pair the keyboard from the console so it will connect automatically even if I boot into the console and don't run X. So to connect a bluetooth keyboard you don't need any GUI tools. I've mostly used this nice guide. It's ...



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