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Yes you can!! :D Just head to the software centre and type "LXDE" and install it. (LXDE is Lubuntu!! Consider it another name for the same thing.) This will make you able to choose between "Unity" (which is the default desktop you know about) and LXDE which is awesome and lightweight. You see that white circle with the Ubuntu logo in it? (above) Just ...
What I’ve read: Super Wingpanel (not a DE) can can do that task gnome-globalmenu does it for Gnome2 and now also Gnome3 I have no idea yet if they can be configured to the limitations mentioned in the question (maximized windows, no timeout).
This is a workaround and not final solution: Log into an available desktop environment Open a file manager Go to /usr/share/xsessions Look for the desktop environment you want to always have visible Use right-click and open that entry with a GUI text editor just to see what the real name of that entry is and not for editing. The name should be ...
The answer may not be totally straightforward because after the system is installed you can mix-and-match different components, including the desktop environment, applications etc. Everything is installed from the common repository so with time it may be difficult to tell what "flavor" of Ubuntu it is. For example, on my laptop I used to have Ubuntu with ...
Found it! Here's how to get at the HTML source when there's some on your clipboard: #!/usr/bin/env python import gtk print (gtk.Clipboard().wait_for_contents('text/html')).data This helped. This didn't work for me. My callback was never entered.
You have good guide on this link, if you use Unity https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UnityLaunchersAndDesktopFiles
I don't really use Thunderbird, but you should be able to use an extension to help edit the source in Thnderbird - e.g: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/thunderbird/addon/edit-html-source/ not been updated for ages https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/thunderbird/addon/stationery/
I see what you're trying to get at. Try pasting into something that takes wysiwyg, edit it there, then copy paste into Thunderbird? Maybe bluegriffon or libreoffice writer will work.
After issuing sudo restart lightdm, you could be stuck in a login loop. To fix this Press Ctrl+Alt+F2 and login with your user; then type: ls -lah | grep .Xauthority Make sure that the user:group permissions are changed from root:root to username:username. Log out and re-login.
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