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You can use $ gsettings set com.canonical.Unity.Panel systray-whitelist "['all']" For more help visit: http://noohonlinux.blogspot.in/


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Go to system settings >> keyboard and make sure that repeat and speed are set correctly. when this doesn't work, it sometimes helps to disable repeat keys and enable it again.


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There is a plugin available to do this: eog plugin Bad Mouse Wheel Its called bad, because the eog-developers love another mouse behaviour....


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I solved this problem of not having a close button or minimize/maximize button on the extra monitor by scaling the size of the unity launcher to a little less than default. Click the gear icon in the top right corner of your window, and choose 'System Settings' Click on the 'Screen Display' Icon. Look for a slider bar that says "Scale for menu and title ...


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Even with the updated bash, I was finding $ still gets escaped. Removing the bash-completion (1:2.1-3.fc20) package or simply not sourcing /etc/bashrc from ~/.bashrc seemed to fix it. I suspect I'll now be missing some features I'm normally used to but haven't noticed any yet.


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There are at least two methods (that I know of) you could try. synclient If you're laptop is equipped with a Synaptics (or ALPS) touchpad you can indeed use synclient as already mentioned by Shutupsquare. I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 and on my machine it was installed by default. Test if synclient is installed: synclient -V (it should report the version ...



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