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asked Mate desktop breaks with no panels and tens of caja windows on user switching?
Jul
8
answered How to enable WebGL in Chrome or Firefox?
Jul
8
asked How to enable WebGL in Chrome or Firefox?
Jun
30
comment Cron jobs and mail notification
Now, you do :-)
Jun
4
accepted How to autologin with XDM?
Jun
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asked How to autologin with XDM?
May
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awarded  Yearling
May
14
comment Removing Clock screenlet in Linux Mint
Glad I could help. :)
May
14
answered Removing Clock screenlet in Linux Mint
May
10
comment How to install a printer that is connected via an USB-to-Parallel-Port adapter?
Hi, thanks for your reply. I dont have a /etc/cups/printers.conf file. Creating one, adding that line and restarting cupsd didn't work.
May
10
awarded  Excavator
May
10
revised Preserve modified time stamp after edit
fixed typo in title
May
10
suggested approved edit on Preserve modified time stamp after edit
May
10
answered How does X-server calculate DPI?
May
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awarded  Commentator
May
10
comment Removing Clock screenlet in Linux Mint
Well with command line you can only kill all at once, removing only one wont work. If it's transparent by accident you could open the screenlets manager and click the button "reset screenlets config" and after that you should be able to add a new clock without transparency theme.
May
10
answered What live distribution is well-suited for presentations?
May
10
comment What live distribution is well-suited for presentations?
yeah, downvoting without commenting is so pointless.
May
10
comment Removing Clock screenlet in Linux Mint
Well I've had a similar issue with a transparent calendar screenlet, the workaround was trying to catch and rightclick a pixel which is not transparent. But I guess your clock is not transparent, isnt it?
May
10
comment Removing Clock screenlet in Linux Mint
Which desktop environment, Mate, Cinnamon, Gnome, ...? Is the clock part of the screenlets package?