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I asked the same question in the Manjaro Forum and got the following solution: Those issues are related to the latest gtk3.20 changes, alot of themes are broken now. Also the manjaro xfce main theme switches from menda to maia, so your problems are solved when you switch to our new theme (available in dark and normal and just beautiful :)) sudo pacman ...


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For occational use you could plug xtrace between your client and your server and make the client not see any extensions by using xtrace's -e switch: -e | --denyextensions Modify all server replies to say there are no extensions available. (As xtrace does supports only a small number of extensions anyway and calls all extended ...


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Here is a solution with Awk and FFmpeg: #!/bin/sh if [ "$#" != 1 ] then echo 'ff-split.sh [cue file]' exit fi awk ' $1 == "FILE" { split($0, i, /"/) file = i[2] } $1 == "TRACK" { tracks[++j] = $2 } $1 == "TITLE" && j { split($0, i, /"/) titles[j] = i[2] } $1 == "INDEX" && $2 { split($3, i, ":") indexes[j] = ...


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No magic bullet, but you could do this to avoid copying again the files that are already there : Create your playlist on the hard drive first (should be fairly fast especially if you have ssd): $ rm -rf /tmp/playlist; mkdir /tmp/playlist $ find . -type f | shuf | head -1000 | tar -T - -cf - | (cd /tmp/playlist; tar -xvf -) Then use rsync to synchronize ...


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That's probably not possible. When the process loses the connection with the X server, it normally cleans up all of its internal data associated with the GUI. It doesn't have to, but that requires significant effort on the part of the programmer (they would have to work around the standard libraries). Most programs don't offer an option to open a new GUI ...


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Try using zenityor a similar dialog-like command: zenity --yesno 'do you want to suspend?' It asks the question in a dialog with 'yes' and 'no' buttons. Once you click one of those buttons, it prints the response on standard error (I believe). If you capture that, you can then have a script decide what to do based on the choice made by the user. zenity ...



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