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Answering the question, you simply need a .desktop file that contains general information about your PyCharm executable file and references to its executable. This answer gives an example of .desktop file for PyCharm; and This answer shows the paths for placing the .desktop file. Have in mind, that you might want to set your Name= field to include your ...


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Prepare PyCharm 4.5 Move the installation: sudo mv -r ~/Downloads/pycharm-4.5 /opt/pycharm-4.5 Create a new file in ~/.local/share/applications/ nano ~/.local/share/applications/pycharm.desktop and add the following content [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Name=PyCharm Comment=The Most Intelligent Python IDE Icon=pycharm ...


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The problem was caused by the Qt Creator 3.0.1 package. I upgraded it to 3.1.1 (using the package repository of Utopic, following https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PinningHowto#Recommended_alternative_to_pinning) and the menu is showing correctly now.


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This is known problem in GNOME Flashback. From terminal: gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.xsettings overrides '{"Gtk/ShellShowsAppMenu":<0>}'


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If you're not root, you can access the preference by clicking on the status bar where it says nautilus. A menu will drop down and you'll be able to access the Preferences from there. This won't work if you're running nautilus as root (as the rest of the shell is not in root). if you're root, you can access the Nautilus preference via dconf-editor: alt-f2 ...



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