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tmux looks at the terminal description to see if it can set the title: if the terminal description has the ncurses extended capability XT or if the terminal description has the terminfo capabilities fsl and tsl (from- and to-status-line). ncurses' terminfo database has defined XT for xterm entries for some time (since 2010); there is a discussion of the ...


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create a file ~/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css ( add the below CSS ) then you will need to reload gnome-shell: ALT + F2 and type r I was able to reduce the app Titlebar on Gnome 3.20 with the following CSS: headerbar entry, headerbar spinbutton, headerbar button, headerbar separator { margin-top: 0px; /* same as headerbar side padding for nicer proportions */...


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It is (somewhat) possible to emulate this "feature" (For me, the workspace behaviour of i3 is one of the main features, so I do not really recommend to do this unless you really cannot work without workspaces spanning all monitors while still wanting to use i3). You can bind multiple commands to shortcuts, so you just can switch workspaces on both monitors ...


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Despite I use Kodi (xbmc) most of the time, some times I switch to desktop. I use Gnome with TV a year something. I had Gnome 3.16 earlier. Generally Gnome (gnome-shell) nicely fit to bigger font scale factor (but why some window are not resizable! Why?!). Some GUI elements measures was hard-coded into css files and I had to edit manually to use easily from ...


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.xsessionrc is executed for all session types. The session type is available in the variable STARTUP (for most session types), so you can put conditional statements in your .xsessionrc: case "$STARTUP" in xmonad-session) …;; gnome-session) …;; esac The X session startup scripts are documented in Xsession(5). You may need to read the code in /etc/X11/...



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