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For GTK 2, add the following line to ~/.gtkrc-2.0: gtk-auto-mnemonic = 0 For GTK 3 up to GTK 3.9: do_dconf /org/gnome/desktop/interface/automatic-mnemonics false In GTK 3.10, the option was removed (in this commit, whose log message just states that the feature was removed). Looking at the source, there's no way to turn it on. The crazy behavior of ...


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I needed to add this: sudo update-alternatives --config x-www-browser And choose Firefox as default browser. Only after that it was working. The change: xdg-mime default Firefox.desktop x-scheme-handler/http didn't work itself. After adding both — it is working just fine.


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This doesn't answer the placement question but solves my issue by hiding the unnecessary partitions from the left menu. Use the gnome-disk-utility to edit mount options. Then deselect Automatic mount option, mount at startup and show in user interface.


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You can re-enable Ctrl+Alt+Bksp on a per-user basis by adding the option terminate:ctrl_alt_bksp to gnome xkb-options via gsettings or dconf-editor. The easiest way is with dconf-editor - go to org > gnome > desktop > input-sources and add terminate:ctrl_alt_bksp to the xkb-options, e.g With gsettings it's a bit more complicated. You'll have to get the ...


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As pointed out by don_crissti, keyboard accelerators at present are defective in Gnome Shell. I will file a bug in Gnome's Bugzilla in the unlikely case that nobody has done so yet.


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I found that if I right-click the app when it appears in the search "Add To Favorites" is available: Create its *.desktop file to make it available in the "Activites" overview -> Press "Activities"/super key -> Type app name -> Right Click it as it appears in the search -> "Add To Favorites" should now be available. In my case I had this problem with ...


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It seems to be due to Gnome3 in the first place. I run Gnome 3.16 on top of Arch and I also experience a serieus lag with the terminal and sometimes high cpu usage. Gnome still has a couple of bugs, since 2011.. https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=186088 Just google on the combo Gnome and high memory usage. http://tinyurl.com/oj47p69



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