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I have an experimental workaround. First get adapter sink name First one has to figure out the sink name for the adapter. Open a shell. We'll assume bash and prevent any localization issue by switching to the default locale: export LC_ALL=C To get a list of sinks: pacmd list-sinks | grep name: You can read the output and copy-paste manually the ...


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I ended up solving it myself (kind of). It's not the ultimate way, but it's a workaround that I can live with myself. Essentially, I took the original sources of the DMZ-Cursors package and created a fork of DMZ-Black, then I removed the 32x32 and 42x42 images, and am now using that as my cursor set. For convenience sake, I've put up my version of ...


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Update your cursor theme and cursor size first of all First in a terminal type: sudo update-alternatives --config x-cursor-theme Choose the number of the theme you want - e.g. 0 for DMZ-White Reboot your system. Using dconf-editor (install using sudo apt-get install dconf-tools) navigate to org.gnome.desktop.interface change the cursor size to ...


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Settings/Window Manager/Focus Automatically give Focus to newly created windows (off) Also Settings/Window Manager Tweaks/Focus Activate Focus Stealing Prevention (on) Honor standard ICCCM focus hint (off) When a window raises itself, (do nothing)


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In case you're using Compiz settings manager I was able to get focus to all new windows launched by setting (from the ccsm menu) General Options> Focus & Raise Behaviour>Focus Prevention Windows to Off


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This is a very known issue on the Internet so here are the steps: 1- Open the terminal and execute sudo vi .gtkrc-2.0. (You can choose your own text editor. 2- Press a and go to the end of the file. 3- Copy and paste the following style script style "xfdesktop-icon-view" { XfdesktopIconView::label-alpha = 0 XfdesktopIconView::selected-label-alpha = 170 ...


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Fixed my own problem. Downloaded the newest version of crouton and issued sudo sh ~/Downloads/crouton -u -n chrootname and everything's back to normal. Here chrootname refers to the username used during the crouton installation.


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This will do the trick: # cp /etc/xdg/xfce4/xinitrc /home/user/.config/xfce4/xinitrc # chown user /home/user/.config/xfce4/xinitrc # chown user /home/user/.ICEauthority $ startxfce4


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This was posted a while ago and I am sure you have gotten your answer already, but for those who haven't. Run these commands sudo apt-get install xdotool sudo apt-get install wmctrl Then download the bash script from the following link (credit to jc00ke) https://github.com/jc00ke/bin/blob/master/move-to-next-monitor Personally, I have a directory in my ...


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The exact answer depends on which terminal emulator you are running, as they have different flags to stop them closing once the command finishes executing. However, you'd want something like this: /usr/bin/xterm -e "sh /home/user/echo.sh" -hold or xfce4-terminal -H -x "/home/user/echo.sh" This executes xterm, telling it to 'execute' the sh .... .sh ...



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