Is there any way to alter the mouse pointer's action region? I have a circle pointer with a dot in the center, and I want the mouse to start the action click from there, not from the top left ...
Just installed Ubuntu 11.04 on a brand new Fujitsu Lifebook T901. The touchscreen seems well-calibrated and recognizes touches, but it always moves the mouse to the upper left corner when clicked. ...
I could have sworn that there was once a setting for this in the gnome-terminal "Profile". And then in some version of Ubuntu, that setting disappeared, and I had to use System ➜ Preferences ➜ ...
I've got Natty running on a desktop for my parents to use. Everything's going fairly smoothly, but... the wallpaper is broken. it's just a light grey, and when I go to change it, I get weird black ...
As we have to have active compiz with Unity, I can't change the color, size, etc. of the cursor. Is there any way for do it?