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Just add .profile in your home folder: vi ~/.profile Contents (standard): # ~/.profile: executed by Bourne-compatible login shells. if [ "$BASH" ]; then if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then . ~/.bashrc fi fi mesg n =============================================================== Initiate new profile without logout/ login: . ~/.profile


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Ok I found the solution in compiz settings. compiz / General options / Focus & Raise behaviour Untick the "Click To Focus"


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I had a similar problem. For no reason the wireless/usb mouse on my laptop started acting strangely - the cursor would move but clicks did not respond. I found this page on superuser - answer 10 that recommended reinstalling inputattach. That worked for me.


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I have the same questions, the reason is compiz which i removed ,here is my soulution: make sure not Intel Graphics driver and Nvidia Graphics drive conflict. which you can use sudo apt-get purge nvidia* to remove the Nvidia Graphics drive . make sure you are not remove unity-desktop、compiz、ccsm . which you can reinstall that by use sudo apt-...


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This was a bug related to some conflicts in Compiz. I reinstalled Unity and reset compiz using dconf reset -f /org/compiz followed by setsid unity. It restarted the graphics interface and solved the problem.


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Here is what I did to solve this problem, and I stole it from here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2236849 Ctrl+Alt+T to open a terminal, if terminal does not open try ctrl+alt+F1 sudo apt-get install dconf-tools dconf reset -f /org/compiz/ setsid unity unity --reset-icons #might need to be done in a new terminal Unfortunately the launcher was ...


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Yes, distributions running the KDE environment can do this... One can set positions for windows based on window class, name etc. It needs some practice though.


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I got it back. After fighting an unbelievable level of Compiz-founded PTSD, I opened ccsm and turned on Unity again. Last night, checking that box sent me back into a warzone of flashing windows and glitching panels. It popped up several horrifyingly familiar conflicts about key bindings, which I cautiously maneuvered like land mines in Vietnam. I disabled ...


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EDIT: I didn't read you saying that you don't want to switch versions. I find Synapse a better replacement for the Dashboard and Ubuntu MATE's Alt+Tab displays some handy previews while switching windows. But that's REALLY up to you, in this case. I never found any improvements in disabling visual effects on Ubuntu. Since Unity is a compiz plugin and its ...


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To super key animation you can try disable background blur, using the Unity Tweak Tool, disabling any suggestion, history, etc, can speed up the super key. To alt-tab i don't know anything that can disable the effects, but in Unity Tweak Tool you can disable windows animation on the section Window Manager -> General, for me this is very significant to ...


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it has been reported on Launchpad (Ubuntu's bug tracker) here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gtk+3.0/+bug/1574693. And a fix has been published in the xenial-proposed repository (see below for a link on how to enable it), so it should be available to the main repository in your updates in a few days if all goes well: Hello Albert, or anyone ...


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One way to go, is to tell window switcher to ignore it. Install ccsm& run it Desktop category → Ubuntu Unity plugin → Switcher tab Disable all its shortcuts. Enable alternative switcher Window management category → Application switcher Check enable application switcher General tab → change Switcher windows to exclude your ...



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