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Like many things, it does not exist as far as I know, BUT, it can be done with a little creativity and the right tools. How it can be done Assuming you are on 14.04 (with python3), you can use a script to run in the background, that keeps track of your current viewport and sets the launcher to autohide or not, depending on that current viewport. What ...


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Part 1: How to create a New Launcher Item Open Terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) Run gedit ~/.local/share/applications/myApps.desktop Copy and paste following: [Desktop Entry] Name=ReplaceWithApplicationName Comment= Exec=/path/to/application Icon=/path/to/icon.png Terminal=false Type=Application StartupNotify=true Modify the Name (the name of your application), ...


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First create a desktop configuration file: gedit ~/.local/share/applications/folder-shortcut.desktop Copy and paste the following content to launch nautilus (the file explorer) with the specified folder [Desktop Entry] Name=Home Folder Comment=Open YOURFOLDER Exec=nautilus YOURFOLDER Icon=folder Terminal=false StartupNotify=true Type=Application ...


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As I found out in a chat with the asker, rosrun is a command he defined in his .bashrc. Add the same definition for rosrun to your script1.sh and it should work.


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In its most basic form: create a .desktop file (paste the text below in an empty file): [Desktop Entry] Name=Start Teamspeak Exec=sh /home/flux/Downloads/TeamSpeak3-Client-linux_amd64/ts3client_runscript.sh Icon=/path/to/your/icon Type=Application save the file as team.desktop in ~/.local/share/applications and drag it from there on to the launcher. ...


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Issues with the desktop file Taking the alacarte-made desktop file as a starting point (the other one has more issues), there are two lines which are almost certainly critical, and causing your desktop file to be refused by Dash and the Launcher: The Exec= line: Exec=/home/jantek/Instalki/Eclipse Java/eclipse/eclipse What you are actually trying to do ...


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You can select the profile to use from the command line with the --profile-directory option: chromium-browser --profile-directory="Profile 1" chromium-browser --profile-directory="Default" To know the list of available profiles look into ~/.config/chromium: $ ls ~/.config/chromium ./ Profile 1/ ../ ...


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You need to add this option to the chromium-browser.desktop file, but not the one located in /usr/share/applications/ as this one will be overwritten by package upgrades or release updates. Open a terminal and copy the /usr/share/applications/chromium-browser.desktop file to your $XDG_DATA_HOME folder: cp /usr/share/applications/chromium-browser.desktop ...


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Resolved. It turned out to be a duplicate. I referred this: How do I make vim the default graphical text editor? I had some problems creating a .desktop file, but this link is useful : Creating .desktop files to use on the "Open with other application" tab



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