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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 ...
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 ...
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
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.
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
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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