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To disable the bell for all X applications: xset b off


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This could be an answer, but my original intention was to provide useful hints for you. If I read correctly, you are trying to bind a single key to several keys presses. In your given example, you want to remap End to Ctrl+E (this is easier to understand). Known approach: xmodmap and xbindkeys The classic approach is to check your keycode using xev and ...


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I know it's an old thread but as it is top referenced in google, I post my solution in case somebody else has the same problematic. It's a simple script using gimp script-fu. There is an argument $1 to define screenshot-mode (-s/-w/-f). #!/bin/sh filename=`date +"$HOME/Pictures/scrn%Y%m%d%H%M%S.png"` xfce4-screenshooter -o "gimp -n -a -s -d -f -i -b \ ...


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Kubuntu is the only distribution that I know which had a setting for mouse scroll. Although, it is possible that any KDE-based distro make this setting available out-of-box. In Kubuntu 12.04 release, you can look into System Settings > Input Devices > Mouse > Advanced. The last line contains this option: Mouse wheel scrolls by: (Default is set to 3 lines). ...


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I have the same problem using Arch Linux + GNOME Shell 3.16. I also use the PyDev plugin in Eclipse Mars. I fixed the issue by enabling the option "Show vertical scrollbar?" in Window->Preferences->PyDev->Editor-> Overview Rule Minimap.


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You may like xfdashboard, which is Maybe a Gnome shell like dashboard for Xfce It should provide you some really nice graphics for picking and moving windows. A program launcher with shortcuts is included, too.


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Oddly enough xfce4-session-logout --suspend works just fine, and my system is xubuntu 14.04. It also does lock the session, although I have switched on the option "lock screen before sleep", go to Settings->Session and Startup-> Advanced, and check if it switched on there.


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You can disable the key binding from the Settings Editor. Go to Applications Menu > Settings > Settings Editor. Else if you are using Xfce 4.10, you can access from Settings Manager, listed under Other > Settings Editor. In the Settings Editor window: Under Channel at left column, look up for xsettings and select it On right side area, there are columns ...


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Solution - Personally Recommended Taken from What Is An Ubuntu PPA & Why Would I Want To Use One? [Technology Explained]: This is where PPAs come in. A PPA, or Personal Package Archive, is a collection of software not included in Ubuntu by default. Typically these repositories focus on a single program, but they can include more depending on ...



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