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You can't. Instead of this you can disable it. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2280125


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Well, I removed Indicator plugin from the panel and after xfce4-panel -r most indicators went to Notification area. Unfortunately, sound indicator disappeared, but I solved the problem by installing xfce4-mixer which does the same job, but looks slightly different. Now the panel looks smooth.


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The hard way Since you do not know what you have changed, you can reset the entries. gsettings list-schemas | grep -i desktop.unity | xargs gsettings reset-recursively gsettings list-schemas | grep -i com.canonical.Unity | xargs gsettings reset-recursively


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In oldest version of gnome-shell, like the 3.10 that come with Ubuntu Trusty, the icon is there on startup but it is prone to disappear as soon as the lock screen kicks in, the computer resumes from suspend, or the phase of the moon changes too much. In my case using dropbox stop and then dropbox start make the icon reappear. For a while, at least. I ...


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Check the output of the command below to list all installed images by the packages google-chrome-stable, google-chrome-unstable, google-chrome-beta dpkg -l | awk '/google-chrome-/ {print $2}' | xargs -i'{}' dpkg -L {} | grep -P 'png|jpg' Example output /opt/google/chrome-beta/product_logo_32.png /opt/google/chrome-beta/product_logo_22.png ...


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On my Ubuntu install, I see a bunch of icons here /usr/share/icons/hicolor/XXxXX/apps/google-chrome.png Where XXxXX are as follows 128x128 16x16 192x192 22x22 24x24 256x256 32x32 36x36 48x48 512x512 64x64 72x72 I would say the ones you need to modify are probably one these sizes 16x16 ...


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Indicator multiload has that and much more sudo apt-get install indicator-multiload to start it up: indicator-multiload & You can set it to print a graph for each category, you can set it to display text, or you can set it to display both. Categories include: CPU, memory, netspeed, swap, load, and disk IO speed.


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This worked with me when I faced the same problem: killall unity-panel-service without 'sudo' by the way.


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Just remove all items from indicator. Go to: Preferences->Indicator-items and remove all entries. Works on 15.05.


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If other icons are showing there on top bar of your desktop then simply press ALT+Rightclick OR Alt+win+Rightclick on top bar and select add to panel and select skype and thunderbird there. If above steps not solving issue go with following command: apt-get install indicator-applet-complete .


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This command should re-enable missing indicators : sudo apt-get install indicator-applet-complete


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How about : #!/bin/bash dev='eth0' if { nmcli dev status | grep "^"$dev".* connected" ;} &>/dev/null; then while :; do if ping -c 4 -i 0.5 gmail.com &>/dev/null; then sleep 5 else sleep 30 until ping -c 4 -i 0.5 gmail.com &>/dev/null; do notify-send --urgency=critical "Network issue" ...


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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 ...


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Installing Skype from the website does not install these additional dependencies: libdbusmenu-qt2:i386 sni-qt:i386 One of which (sni-qt:i386) is needed for this functionality, so either just install this additional dependency with: sudo apt-get install sni-qt:i386 Or replace your current Skype installation with the one from the repository which will ...


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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.



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