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You can get the xfce panel configuration inside /home/user/.config/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/xfce4-panel.xml


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I fixed the issue by removing the default evince and installing the evince-gtk package.


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Ok, so this issue was caused by my USE flags being too restrictive in make.conf: I had USE="-jpeg -png". Once I removed the above USE flags and rebuilt all packages which needed rebuilding with sudo emerge --update --newuse @world, my desktop background can back after logging out and back in again. Thanks to "iamben" in the #gentoo room on IRC for nudging ...


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The first problem is identifying them. A typical laptop presents its trackpoint and touchpad as two different mice, but sometimes they do not associate the buttons with the device you expect. For example one laptop had all four buttons associated with the touchpad (which reported having two buttons), and none with the trackpoint (which also reported having ...


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I had a similar error where xfce4 suddently wouldn't start after an automatic update on chrome's side. Solved the problem by downloading the latest version of crouton (https://github.com/dnschneid/crouton) and running sudo sh ~/Downloads/crouton -u -t xfce. (-u for update and -t xfce to specifiy xfce environment target.) I'm by no means an expert, but it ...


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If you use other window managers with XFCE you can manipulate windows in many ways you don't currently have with XFWM. Compiz in particular with the grid and put plugins give you shortcuts to place windows in various positions like a tiling window manager. You'll want to install ccsm (compiz config settings manager) to manage plugin settings and set your ...


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For me, Xfce's focus stealing prevention only works when you also have Focus Follows Mouse turned on. Running Xfce 4.10.1



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