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This is probably a bug, similar or identical to this one (Super-P mapped for display in BIOS), only that on my laptop the display button is not Fn-F8, but F4. What I do not like is not that the command for switching displays (XF68Display) matches also the "p" key, but that it matches Super-P: I want Super to be reserved for Menu Search ...


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I have created a more general question about this: Command not working anymore in Thunar custom actions and I have received a good answer. I have edited to extend that answer and cover this question too. The command mentioned in the question needs to be added to a script which then can be run from Thunar: #! /bin/sh -e for i in *.mp4; do avconv -i "${i}" ...


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They're probably used by the window manager. Check Settings > Window Manager > Keyboard.


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Ok guys, here's the problem: Using the Thinkpad Ultra Dock, all connected displays are internally handled by a Displayport hub. Sadly, Linux can't differante multiple monitors using the Displayport MST hub. Read it up here: http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/ThinkPad_Ultra_Dock Linux does not yet offer explicit support for the DisplayPort MST hub built into ...


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You could use wmctrl to tell the window manager to activate it (raise it and give it focus): wmctrl -ia "$WINDOWID"


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Try raising the bell: printf '\a' This doesn't work with all terminal emulators; I don't know about xfce4-terminal. In xterm, it's a mode (the bellIsUrgent and popOnBell resources) that can be turned on and off with control sequences, so try turning it on: printf '\e[?1042;1043h\a'


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First of all, audacious has its own option for staying above other windows, which IIRC is only be accessible when running in the Winamp classic interface mode. This option is independent of the window manager managed capability. If you are talking about xfwm4 (the window manager) option for keeping any window on top of others, you might have not noticed ...


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Sounds like your installing the "latest build of WPS Office a16 I think" caused problems. Can you remove (purge?) it and see if anything's fixed? Your screenshot indicates that "LightDM" failed, maybe reinstall / reconfigure that might help too. It's not normally a part of XFCE, maybe Voyager uses it (XFCE uses the XFWM4 window manager), so maybe ...


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You can change the language by generating a file ".i18n" in your HOME directory. Either use a text editor for this with the following content: export LANGUAGE=en_US.utf8 export LANG=en_US.utf8 export LC_ALL=en_US.utf8 ...or simply run this command in a terminal which generates the file as well: echo "export LANGUAGE=en_US.utf8 export LANG=en_US.utf8 ...


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This command works for me: I just make a launcher for desktop and set the Shutdown Icon for that. put this command in command filed: dbus-send --print-reply --system --dest=org.freedesktop.UPower /org/freedesktop/UPower org.freedesktop.UPower.Suspend fist time ask me to make Executable and after that working very well. I'm using wicd for Internet ...



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