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Right click the menu button and you can edit the menus to choose which installed applications appear. I had a similar problem & was surprised by the simplicity of the solution! If you don't see the option, you first need to sudo apt-get install alacarte If Edit Menu isn't visible, do Alt+F2 and type alacarte.


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It's Google's fault: youtube or chromium, or maybe both. It happens to me too. Quite often. They are making some radical changes to Youtube, completely removing flash from it, and , at the same time, adding more features like webm standard, in-motion preview of clips, implementing some torrent-like local streaming for faster incremental loading, etc. Try ...


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In Xubuntu, keyboard shortcut settings can be find in this path: Settings→Settings Manager→Window Manager→Keyboard


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Do (here) Click menu icon and go to Settings. Click Show advanced settings. Under Language section, uncheck Offer to translate pages that aren't in a language you read. I added my target language to the list and had then the unchecked option. Solves the case.


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The instructions about installing HAL and using flashplugin-installer worked for me on one computer (in 15.10), but not on another (also in 15.10). After deleting ~/.mozilla/ a few times, I finally came upon this arch wiki entry about Flash DRM which mentioned that the Adobe flash plugin keeps a cache of files that may cause some trouble. It suggests: ...


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Regarding version updates, you can add to /etc/chromium-browser/default the following line: version=$(grep version /opt/google/chrome/PepperFlash/manifest.json | sed 's|.*"version": ||;s|"||g;s|,||') and change the the pappi-flash-version flag linke accordingly: CHROMIUM_FLAGS="--ppapi-flash-path=/opt/google/chrome/PepperFlash/ --ppapi-flash-version=$...


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Its simple. Open Chromium browser. So to address bar and type Chrome://settings and press enter. (or you can click the three small horizontal bars on the right top > Settings ) Scroll below and click Show advanced options. Scroll below and find the option to change the Downloads location. Change the download location to the required folder. The user ...


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It appears to be available for Precise (ubuntu 12.04) which is still supported until April 2017. There doesn't appear to be any packages for any newer releases. Sources: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases https://launchpad.net/~jolicloud-team/+archive/ubuntu/ppa?field.series_filter=


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You should use Youtube's html5 video player if you aren't already, as it is now recommended over flash. Navigate to https://www.youtube.com/html5 : Select "Request the HTML5 Player" if it is not already selected. Type about:config in the URL bar. Set all media.* values to default.


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Ok i have a solution for this, its 2016 now, things have changed. 1) Open your Master Chrome browser that you have all dialed in the way you like. open settings in the Sign In section, click on the "Google Dashboard" link. 2) On the Google Dashboard screen press "Reset Sync" "OK" to confirm 3) After the Google Dashboard clear is complete ...


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Adobe Flash Player support ended for Chromium in April 2014. But there is a way to install Flash correctly for Chromium on 12.04: Since there is issues with adding the pepflashplugin in apt-get, we download and install it manually. wget https://launchpad.net/~skunk/+archive/ubuntu/pepper-flash/+files/pepflashplugin-installer_21.0.0.242~cr51.0.2704.84-1-...


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If you didn't solve it by now, the problem is with WebGL2, for more informations, read this: Issue 602679 And like is said in the link, the fix for the black screen is running chrome with --use-gl=angle It worked for me, hope it helps. Best regards, Eugen.


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First Step: You are probably missing a plug-in on Chrome. Try looking online for any available plugins for Ubuntu, or check the file repositories. Last resort: Either that, or your Radeon graphics isn't liking that specific browser. Canonical has dropped a lot of support on AMD Radeon drivers, and AMD Radeon has a horrendous reputation on Ubuntu, when it ...



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