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xfce4-terminal uses vte to draw the actual terminal emulator and vte does not support line wrapping. With gnome3, gnome-terminal now uses vte3 and vte3 does support does line wrapping on resize events. Note that vte is an old version without much development going on. So I would use gnome-terminal if you can. To open the transparency settings go in Edit ...


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If you want modify aspects of Gnome Shell, you can use extensions from https://extensions.gnome.org/ In this case (with shell versions 3.8 to 3.18 currently), you can use No Topleft Corner extension (you can install by going the page and clicking 'Install', you will need the Gnome Shell Integration plugin installed and enabled in the browser). This ...


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Using the Activities Configuration. You can disable the hot corner and there are plenty of other settings. Open the URL via Firefox browser to install the extension directly. After that, open the Tweak Tool for the configuration


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-open a folder (any folder) -go to menu -> preferences in the file explorer, -change default zoom level to 100%.


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There is no support for a transparent gnome-terminal in GNOME 3.14. You need gnome-terminal win the version > 3.15 for that and therefore GNOME 3.16 And as @muru said: To clarify: The upstream version does not support transparency. This is a feature patched in. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gnome3-team/gnome3 sudo add-apt-repository ...


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Yes! Thank you that worked. What I had to do, was open up Unity.mo, and change the "Ubuntu Desktop^Ubuntu Desktop" at the end; to "Ubuntu Desktop^Titan OS". For the help of other looking to do the same. Here is the commands that finally did it. cd / cd /usr/share/locale/en/LC_MESSAGES sudo nano unity.mo Scroll to the end, and change "Ubuntu ...


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Basically, it would be like following through https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization to customize that ISO file. Mainly, you would be extracting the filesystem.squashfs and modifying it. The home folder within the filesystem.squashfs is /etc/skel/, that is where you would put your .bashrc, etc. files. The filesystem.squashfs would then have ...


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To remaster an ISO do the following: *Also all commands are performed as root Copy the ISO to the tmp directory: mkdir /tmp/cdrom mkdir /tmp/iso mount -o loop Linux.iso /tmp/cdrom cp -a /tmp/cdrom /tmp/iso umount /tmp/cdrom cd into /tmp/iso and copy .*sqfs or *.squashfs to /tmp unsquashfs /tmp/*.sqfs cd /tmp/squashfs-root/ Make Changes now Then... ...



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