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Below two versions of a script to autohide the launcher when an application's window is maximized. The scripts are tested on 14.04 / 14.10 The differences The first version is a "general" version, it makes the launcher autohide whenever a window of any application is maximized. The second one makes the launcher autohide, but only on applications that you ...


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Here you go guys. Tested on my Ubuntu 14.04 with original Unity environment. Hope someone appreciate my little work... It's suitable for one browser window #!/bin/bash ## Tested with Ubuntu 14.04 Unity ## Auto hide Unity Launcher when web browser is maximized ## wmctrl is required: sudo apt-get install wmctrl ## ~pba ## Change value of "key" to the ...


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The above mentioned commands by @Smoke didn't worked, but they just started installing the google chrome again. The real solution to this problem was mentioned in this question's answer... Chrome won't start from the launcher


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For unclear reasons, when you edit the icon of an application's .desktop file with Alacarte, Alacarte edits the Icon= line, but also removes a possible extension from the icon's name. Editing the icon manually will fix the issue, and your icon will be correct.


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The exec line should look like this: Exec=env PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC=30 LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libv4l/v4l1compat.so skype %U


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Absolutely, but you don't need to create an additional launcher (.desktopfile) to do that. You can add the command: gnome-terminal --working-directory=/home/name/android/system to your existing gnome-terminallauncher as a quicklist item, available on right-click. How to do that: Copy your global .desktop file to the local directory ...



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