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To get icons back I would try running customize look and feel from the prefrences and customize look and feel and click on the icon theme tab to get some working icons. Also run desktop prefrences from prefrences and try to select an image for new wallpaper. Also maybe try installing lubuntu artwork. One other possiblity is you are logged into the open box ...
Open the Gnome Image Viewer and change the settings for Transparent Parts And the same for Gwenview, change the settings for Transparent Background
You need to run webcamd-setup and it should create the files you were looking for.
None of this works. But if you install shutter from their ppa and not from included in ubuntu packages, everything will work fine. To remove old shutter: sudo apt-get remove shutter To install proper version: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:shutter/ppa sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install shutter
for file in *.JPG; do convert $file -rotate 90 rotated-$file; done This will copy-rotate-and-rename your files. If you want to leave the original files untouched just yet, this method may work well for you... Note that this is case-sensitive: if your files are named *.jpg replace with lower-case (or *.png ...) accordingly.
XNViewMP can view WebP files. Though Tumbler has yet to implement WebP, so the files won't be able to be viewed as thumbnails within Thunar.
I don't know how to get the filename of just the first file in the directories. ls dir/ | sort -n | head -1 works in the terminal, but not in a script. You may want to re-write: for DIR in (ls -d */); do 1STFILE=(ls $dir/ | sort -n | head -1) as for DIR in (ls -d */) do 1STFILE=$(ls $DIR | sort -n | head -1) Is there a way to make ...
I was doing the same thing and trying to download the plugins mentioned in the answers. As the Gimp website is currently down, I could not get the plugins and I had to find another solution. What I ended up doing was use the screenshot software Shutter, which allows you to select a region of the screen and then you can repeat the same screenshot of that ...
There are 2 options. Of course, both require shutter and gimp to be installed: A - How to open every screenshot automatically with GIMP: Simply open the Shutter window and click in the menu line on Edit --> Preferences (or press Alt+P) or if the Shutter icon already shows up in the panel, click on it and select Preferences from the drop-down menu. Choose ...
From DK Bose's comment: You can esily do so using uBlock Origin. The wiki is pretty explanatory.
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