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The icons are stored in compressed files in the folder /usr/share/libreoffice/share/config EG 2256 -rw-r--r-- 1 2308309 Aug 4 15:01 images_galaxy.zip 488 -rw-r--r-- 1 496912 Aug 4 15:01 images_sifr.zip 7268 -rw-r--r-- 1 7440250 Aug 4 15:01 images_tango.zip The icons you can see depends on your selected icon theme. The package name of such a theme ...
No, currently there is no way to do that. There is no option in any tweak tool or in the dconf-configuration. I would say, the app indicator panel with the current behavior isn't the final design. Maybe in the future, there is a configuration option for that. As a workaround you could try the GNOME extension Appindicator Support, but you have to change the ...
The icon size settings for the desktop are the same as for the icon size in Nautilus for Icon View Defaults. For smaller or bigger sizes, use the next steps Right Click the desktop icon Select Resize Icon… Left Click the resize handlers at the edges of the wire frame Resize the icon You can restore the original size with Right Click the desktop ...
You could try putting them on a diet, however this may work better than that: ;-) Open the Preferences menu via the Files menu Set the Default zoom level to Small Close the Nautilus Window and open another one Default Small
Press ALT and hold it and try to move the window upwards so that you can reach the controls.
Here http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2276023 posted the solution worked for me finally on 15.04. sudo apt-get install sni-qt:i386 Then need to restart Skype.
From Settings -> Displays; There is a place that named "Scale for menu and title bars" or "UI scale" You can use there. One more option unity-tweak-tool; To install; sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool To Run from terminal ; unity-tweak-tool
libappindicator1 may be the answer but in many cases it isn't. The following has been submitted to www.dropbox.com as a bug but linux users don't appear to be a high priority. In dropbox's preferences, if you check Start Dropbox on system startup, the daemon will start and dropbox will be working in the background, but the icon will not appear. This is ...
All you have to do is install libappindicator1, use the following command : sudo apt-get install libappindicator1 Restart may necessary.
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