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Can be fixed by installing Compiz and enabling Static Application Switcher sudo apt-get install compiz sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager you might need to install compiz-plugins-extra as well and then ccsm


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Noticing from your previous questions: How do I get my Compiz window decoractions back? Laptop using 14.04 won't get past login GUI That you are using ppa:eugenesan/ppa (same as me) which has couple of inconsistent package builds with higher versions then the ones in Ubuntu repository. As it seems bringing many issues for you. Better to ...


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You can delete it then add it again, or it's better to use MenuLibre: Install it: sudo pat-get install menulibre Launch it then use arrow buttons in lower left corner to move your custom menu entry:


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I confirm that behavior would show up only for Compiz/Dual Display combination. What I've tested so far in VBox with Ubuntu 12.04 32bit: Metacity + Single Display (OK) Metacity + Dual Display (OK) Compiz + Single Display (OK) Compiz + Dual Display (Overlapping) One trick or work around that works for me, adding a top panel to the second display & ...


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About the workspaces, you also have to change it in compizconfig-settings-manger. Run ccsm in a terminal: ccsm Click in General, then General Options, click the Desktop Size tab, change the horizontal and vertical size there as you like.


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1 - install ubuntu $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tualatrix/ppa $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install ubuntu-tweak 2 - find & configure Go to app search look for 'ubuntu-tweak' . Open it then . go to tweaks . Then Unity . Make it comfortable 'read then edit' if that didnt workout with you try to reset unity then configure it reset unity $ ...


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Regarding the alt+tab question, all I can advise is for you to install Compiz Settings Manager. Open a terminal and type sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager compiz-plugins-default After installing you can launch it with ccsm Scroll down to Window Management and enable "Static Application Switcher". As for the work areas, I can't help. I ...


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As I know Gnome is coming with standard Edubuntu installation. Before the installation begins the installation wizard is asking to install Gnome and you can select it.


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You can install it with: sudo apt-get install gnome-shell It should then install it and most of the other stuff it needs to work. More instructions can be found here.


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I believe the new shortcuts are SuperSpaceand ShiftSuperSpace. To change them, go to the Input Sources section of the Region and Language settings.


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It should probably be using gtk-window-decorator for decorations. If that isn't loading, perhaps Metacity (the wider window manager) hasn't loaded properly either. I'd start by running metacity --replace in a run box, terminal or whatever you can get your hands on. If you need to use a TTY, remember to set export DISPLAY=:0 first. If that works, it's a ...


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I ended up using the .profile file and changing my code around to these: In .profile: if [ "$RECORDISRUNNING" != "1" ]; then export RECORDISRUNNING=1 /home/swuser/sleep.sh & fi In sleep.sh: #!/bin/sh # sleep for 30 seconds then call record.sh sleep 30 /home/swuser/scripts/record.sh & In record.sh #!/bin/sh # Check to see if there is a ...



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