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There is a bug in Xfce that always sets the left most monitor or the upper monitor to the primary monitor, if you reconfigure the monitors with xrandr. So you have to either move the panels and etc by hand, or move the monitor to the right.
XFCE has some support for HiDPI - you can change the setting across all monitors for HiDPI, but it doesn't vary between different screens in the way that it does on a Retina MacBook Pro. I'm using XFCE and Arch Linux on a Lenovo W540 with the high DPI display. Apart from Chrome not supporting HiDPI, things work well.
I have this little python3 code-blob that reacts to workspace switching. It's not made to display a notification, but to work around a chromium redraw bug. Anything you want to happen on workspace switch, you can easily throw in to the "fire_the_kludge" function though. https://github.com/aking1012/chromiumKludge/blob/master/kludge.py Here's a ...
You can install Screenlets: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Screenlets. I was able to get it from the Linux Mint Software Manager. It's a program that places widgets, or screenlets, on the desktop. There are many of these screenlets, and they carry out certain functions, like system monitors. There's a particular screenlet I use called "Folder View." This ...
This is WRT Gtk 2.0, although I presume 3.0 is similar (and Xfce uses 2.0 anyway, I think). Themes, etc. are defined using configuration files. The default one is ~/.gtkrc-2.0, but it can be overridden using an environment variable: GTK2_RC_FILES=~/.gtk2-altrc xfce4-terminal Will start the Xfce terminal using ~/.gtk2-altrc. The easiest way to generate ...
it seems Ndiswrapper can not use the 32 bits XP driver with a 64bits Kernel! So, to solve that on my 64 distribution with a PCI card Netgear WG311v2 embedding same ACX111 your wireles adapter, I achieved configuration using gitHub project like described here
I finally got my Wireless card working in Powerbook G4 Aluminum 1.25Ghz laptop running Debian 7.5.0 Wheezy. 1) go to /etc/apt/sources.list, add 'contrib' and 'non-free' behind every line ( it's an overkill but I don't know what I am doing ) Here is part of my file: deb cdrom:[Debian GNU/Linux 7.5.0 _Wheezy_ - Official powerpc DVD Binary-1 20140426-14:34]/ ...
You should be able to open the menu using Ctrl+Esc. It works for me on Xubuntu.
You can try rxvt-unicode. It fully conforms all of your listed criterias: really lightweight, on my system it only uses 0.5M memory with multiple instances unicode is fully supported, hence its name fully configurable through the Xresources file, but all configuration options has a corresponding command line option development is active, latest stable ...
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