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No. To confirm my short (and maybe unpleasant) answer, I will quote the answer given here by Mark Shuttleworth: In the desktop interface, the Dash icon and the Trash icon use the top and bottom slots of the launcher, always.
I don't know if I can understand the question correctly but if you want to run command line tools from the dash then press alt+F2 instead of pressing the super key (windows key) but you should replace things like sudo with gksudo since it will not open in the terminal a better solution would be to write terminal commands in the terminal itself just ctrl + ...
Try to set 'all' instead of 'none', using gsettings set. Use gsettings get to show the current value : gsettings set com.canonical.Unity.Lenses remote-content-search 'all' gsettings get com.canonical.Unity.Lenses remote-content-search So you can keep the disabled one sets by Fixubuntu script and get back remote content search feature.
It sounds so to me like you are trying to use the Dash as the terminal. The search box in Dash will find files, programs etc on your computer. For example, to open Rhythmbox you would hit Super to open the Dash and then start typing in "Rhythmbox". As you type, you should get a live update that matches the letters you are typing. When you see the Rhythmbox ...
It's a bug. That's why it is so. You can load a program by entering the following code + enter in terminal. doxywizard I suggest making manual shorcut for it, developers will hopefully fix that in future tho... Source: bugs.launchpad.net
You can't really mix both, but there's a GNOME Shell extension that replicates the Unity launcher and Dash: https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/330/bolt/ You might also want to try this: https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/307/dash-to-dock/
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