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Can I move the Unity launcher?

Try to use the back button on your browser and ever time you go up there launcher pops out and you have a battle to win against launcher so you can use your browser back button.

For example can the launcher be moved to anywhere but the left side of the screen?

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You may want to re read several times this :askubuntu.com/questions/33605/… –  Uri Herrera Aug 21 '12 at 5:52
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If the launcher is popping up too easily, try changing the 'Reveal Sensitivity' in Settings → Apperance → Behaviour. –  Jeremy Kerr Aug 21 '12 at 6:06
    
This is NOT a duplicate of the "reveal" question. If you have a Thinkpad (or similar) laptop, with a dedicated "browser back" button, the Unity launcher annoyingly pops up every time you hit the browser back button. –  Dustin Kirkland Oct 24 '12 at 19:07
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marked as duplicate by Uri Herrera, Jeremy Kerr, Florian Diesch, belacqua, izx Aug 22 '12 at 6:00

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This is not directly related, but if you were having troubles hitting your back button I would suggest you right click and select the back option instead. Usually this is the faster method any way.

Hope this helps.

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You can try editing unity's "Reveal Sensitivity"

Using details suggested by Jeremy in the comments, click on the Gear on the top right and use System Settings->Appearance->Behaviour Tab.

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The sensitivity setting is probably the best answer. But, in case it's helpfule:

Alt-Left Arrow can also be used to go back in your browser, if that's handy.

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