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There is a little application called x-tile that can organize windows in several different ways, including the way you want (tile all quad). Make sure to manually install python-appindicator (missing depency -- filed a bug for it).
You can do this as well with the Unity Tweak Tool. Install it with the terminal command below or by clicking here: unity-tweak-tool sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool -y Once you installed this tool, open it and go to Window Snapping and then you can configure the window snapping on Ubuntu.
It is possible, as you can see from this example with four gnome-terminal windows: I did not manually resize and position the windows, which I could have done, but just dragged them into the corners of the screen to format them automatically. It's the same procedure as you described with placing a window into the left or right half by dragging it to the ...
You can do this with gnome-panel. First type gnome-panel on terminal. Then you will see the list of open programs on bottom left panel(just like taskbar of window). And on bottom right there will be four workspace. Just you need to drag the bottom left program to the workspace of your choice. Unlike unity-2d-shell, the program will only be visible if you go ...
Currently the latest versions are Unity: 7.2.6+14.04.20151021-0ubuntu1 Compiz: 1:0.9.11.3+14.04.20150313-0ubuntu1 To install the latest versions, you have to enable trusty-updates in Software & Updates. Or edit the sources.list sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list and add the lines below deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu trusty-updates ...
I've been working with Intel Skylake Developer platform kit with the 4.2 kernel for a while and the 4.2 kernel should be sufficient for you current needs. Is there any specific reason you believe 4.3 is more appropriate for your system?
Open ccsm and go to General Options > Desktop Size and you will find the option for Horizontal Virtual Size there. Increase this value to > 1.
Your problem is the About this computer = Gallium 0.4 on llvmpipe (LLVM 3.6, 128 bits) line - this indicates that the CPU is doing all of the graphics processing, and compiz takes a lot! You can try the oibaf drivers, available on lanchpad, or look for a proprietary driver for your card. this question has a good, although dated, response about installing ...
Hi it sounds like you are experiencing some codec issues I resolved the same problem by installing the restricted pack from ubuntu you can install it buy typing the following in the terminal sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras Take note that it might be illegal in some country's
what worked for me is the solution described in the link posted by Mário: http://www.liberiangeek.net/2013/04/how-to-restart-unity-and-compiz-in-ubuntu-13-04-raring-ringtail/ Steps: sudo apt-get install dconf-tools dconf reset -f /org/compiz/ unity --reset-icons and login again
Maybe you found out already, but apparently this is a design feature: https://bugs.launchpad.net/unity/+bug/1373118 (comment #6)
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