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You need to install guest additions and extension pack first Second select 'view' then select 'resize to match' option this will make full screen a true full screen. If you need help locating any of the files let me know.


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Use xrandr to pick out the monitor you want to dim (I'm assuming the secondary monitor, if not remove the ^): $ xrandr | awk '/ connected [^p]/{print $1}' HDMI2 Then use it to set that display's brightness off: xrandr --output HDMI2 --brightness 0 You can set it to 1 to make it visible again: xrandr --output HDMI2 --brightness 1 xrandr's output ...


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I found that the Unity game engine has compatibility problems with the Unity user interface. A solution that worked for me was to install XFCE: see How can i install XFCE along side unity? Be warned, this will change the default greeter to something much less attractive. Here are some notes on reverting that: Restore Unity Greeter


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Disable the Virtual Desktop in winecfg


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Steam Login will launch you directly into BPM and also reduce overhead on your processor.


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I do not use darktable myself but there is a way to launch amenable programs full screen automatically without having to press F11 after loading the program. To do so, follow all the precautions mentioned in Launching Windows Maximized but use this code in the Applications section of lubuntu-rc.xml: <fullscreen>yes</fullscreen> After ...



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