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Seems like something changed the icon-pack in my unity. Just went to Unity-Tweak Tool --> Icons --> Select "Ubuntu-mono dark" That solves the issue :)


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I think you should try reseting it again. If that did not help download ubuntu-tweak or My Unity and reset everything to default. I know this is not a complete answer but if I have 10 reputation I can post some screenshots. By The Way, you can download my unity by typeing sudo apt-get install myunity Then under the panel tab change the transparency to ...


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you can adjust that by installing unity tweak tool as sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool then under unity , click on panel , there you can adjust transparacy level as your perference and even if tranparent panel doesnt occur then turn off background blur under search option that will do the trick


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For me the path in dconf editor was: com -> canonical -> indicator -> appmenu -> messages And then click on applications and in value add 'skype'. I'm running Ubuntu 13.10 (64-bit).


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Use GTK Theme Preferences... Code: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:shimmerproject/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gtk-theme-config Also add your current panel background color when you change panel text color. Install gcolor2 for the old style color picker to copy your panel color or look in your theme.


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I also get occasional glitches like this after suspend, which can usually be resolved by switching to console (CTRL-ALT-F1) and then back to the desktop (ALT-F7).


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Ubuntu 14.04 simple solution to clean the sound menu after vlc exits. create a local launcher (Terminal commands): mkdir -p ~/.local/share/applications cp /usr/share/applications/vlc.desktop ~/.local/share/applications edit the launcher: gedit ~/.local/share/applications/vlc.desktop find the line: Exec=/usr/bin/vlc --started-from-file %U change it ...


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FWIW, I've added a comment to this bug, I would recommend anyone else who is just as annoyed by the recent change to weigh in. Who knows, we may get back the old, sane behavior :) For now, as suggested by Rael, installing 2.5 seems to be the only solution.


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Instructions to Enable sorting the Dropbox Indicator Follow Ted Gould's instructions then if you would like to sort the Dropbox indicator, here are a few more steps: **Note: If you edited the file in /usr/share/... then you will have to put the script in /etc/rc.local (look for **Note below) Because Dropbox appends the PID to the indicator name, and this ...


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Answered by OP in question box (since edited out): For some reason VMWare expedites the installation process for Ubuntu, skipping over region selection, log-in setup and related items. I'm willing to be this is why everything's missing, because it only did a half install. I switched to VirtualBox and have no problems.


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For 14.04: Replace image /usr/share/unity/icons/panel-shadow.png with transparent png image. Better way to find shadow in future revisions is locate panel-shadow.png in terminal.


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You likely disabled the Ubuntu Unity Plugin so just open ccsm again & re-enable it. (/usr/share/applications & d. click on CompizConfig Settings Manager > open Ubuntu Unity Plugin settings to re-enable. If you had enabled Window Decoration plugin then unity would have been disabled. Running those reset commands will not re-enable unity plugin.


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Sounds like your Compiz and/or Unity settings are screwed up. Try the following. First of all, since you can't fire up a terminal when in X, switch to non-graphical mode: Hit Ctrl+Alt+F1. This will get you to the non-graphical mode. Login there with your username and password. Now from here, we'll try to reset your faulty configuration. Option 1: Reset ...



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