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Opening the Right-Click menu touchy

I've noticed with the last couple of releases it's very difficult to use a right mouse click menu in ubuntu. I've tried a couple different themes thinking that may be the issue. But it occurs in ...
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Can I add “open in terminal” to the right-click mouse menu in Lubuntu?

In vanilla Ubuntu, there is a quite useful application called Nautilus-open-terminal, which allows the user to open the terminal in any folder by simply right-clicking and selecting "Open in ...
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How to set a Right+Left mouse buttons click shortcut

I'd like to open a pop-up menu of custom commands (for example, my most used application) by simply clicking the standard left and right mouse buttons. They are already used when pressed separately, ...
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1answer
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How do you add “open in terminal” to the right-click mouse menu for folders/directories?

I would like to add it to the default menu (mouse right-click) Like I want to right click on a folder and open it in the terminal. I don't want to have to find the directory in the terminal.
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1answer
295 views

Right click on Chrome, Eclipse, etc.. triggered double click instead of single click

in my current ubuntu 10.10, every time I right click on a link in chrome, the first option in right-click-menu is selected immediately instead of letting my choosing. The same thing happened in my ...
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How do I define a file context options keyboard shortcut?

When selecting a file in Nautilus, I would like to see the context options of the file (mouse right click) using the keyboard and not the mouse. Example, when i iterate over the list of files in a ...
5
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1answer
701 views

Mouse hover over submenu item does not expand menu until I leave and re-enter item

In gnome, whenever I click on a contextual menu item (eg. right click on a window in the task bar) and then hover over a sub-item (eg. Move to another workspace) that is expandable, the submenu is not ...
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1answer
236 views

Gnome menu with mouse up to the top

I am just starting with Linux. I have noticed that though Gnome has a fixed menu (Gnome panel) at the top of the screen, similarly to Mac OS X, it is impossible to click a menu item after moving the ...
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right click menu on mouse release (windows behavior)

I'm trying to change the behavior of the right click menu in ubuntu 10.10 because I use Windows 7 and Ubuntu. When you right click you need to hold the right click and select something. In Windows ...