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Setting a different Unity Launcher per workspace: 1. 2. 3. 4. The solution below makes it easily possible to have a different set of launcher icons per workspace, no matter how many workspaces you have. The setup includes two parts: A (one) shortcut key combination to "remember" the set of launcher icons for the current workspace. A script to run ...


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Pycharm offers you to create a .desktop file on first run When you start PyCharm for the first time, you will be offered the opportunity to set up desktop integration: As you can see, you can tick: Create desktop entry (integrate in sytem menu) This will (or would :)) create a .desktop file, jetbrains-pycharm-ce.desktop, in either /usr/share/applictions ...


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Either in /usr/share/applications or ~/.local/share/applications, a "left over" .desktop file must be left behind. Remove the duplicate desktop file(s), log out and back in and it should be fixed. If you are having doubts on which is the right one to remove: .desktop files show their icon once you make them executable. You can also look inside the file ...


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In my case I removed and reinstalled pulseaudio because I was having issues with sound in Chrome. The solution to bring back the sound icon was the following: From Cacus' answer above,run: sudo apt-get install indicator-sound From Tomvo's answer above do: gsettings set com.canonical.indicator.sound visible true To make sure audio setting is available ...


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Go under Edit --> Preferences --> Display, and make sure that you have a check mark on Show thumbnails of file. See image below.


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Google-chrome is famous for its problems with .desktop files and their icons, especially if you had an other version installed before. Since you installed it from a .deb file, an icon must be installed. Most certainly, there must be an old, outdated or incorrect .desktop file in ~/.local/share/applications causing the "disconnection". Local .desktop files ...


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You have to add a StartupWMClass string into your .desktop file. This is a string that defines in which class the application is grouped in the Unity Launcher at startup. The solution is to add StartupWMClass to your desktop file. First you need to find the proper class for your application. It is explained here (Thanks to @chaos). Open your Light Table ...



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