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its so sad to hear that. Actually i made my own system icon with my name on this .. nice shortcut, thanks for help. My panel appearance


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There is unfortunately no settings option provided for that. There's only option to show and hide the name $ gsettings list-recursively com.canonical.indicator.session com.canonical.indicator.session show-real-name-on-panel true com.canonical.indicator.session suppress-logout-menuitem false com.canonical.indicator.session suppress-restart-menuitem true ...


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This is a known bug in 16.04 which has no ultimate fix till now. But this command can solve the problem temporarily: initctl restart unity-panel-service


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Have you used tweak-tool to change your theme? Try resetting to a default theme. I noticed the same issue, along with the fact that some windows (like gedit) couldn't be resized. As soon as I changed my GTK+ theme back to Adwaita (default) everything worked right. Do note, I run Gnome 3, so your mileage may vary.


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Sometimes, when an application does not fully install, you need to fix the broken dependency chain. To resolve your issues, run: sudo apt-get install -f and Apt will attempt to fix all recent installation issues.


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In Xubuntu, install the Generic Monitor panel plugin by pasting the following in terminal: sudo apt-get install xfce4-genmon-plugin From the Generic Monitor plugin page: "This plugin cyclically spawns the indicated script/program, captures its output (stdout) and displays the resulting string into the panel. The string can also contain markup to display ...


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How to show an icon in the panel if a process runs Based on (and explained in) this answer, we can fairly easily create an indicator, which runs on both Xubuntu and Unity or any other flavour, to show if a process, a script or an application runs or not. script runs: script doesn't run: In the script (indicator) below, I added a thread to detect the ...


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Since what seems to be the occasion to ask this question already has an answer, I am answering this question as an extended explanation on how it was done (in python) Basic static indicator Since Ubuntu Mate, from 15,10, supports indicators, there is not much difference between writing an indicator and a panel app for Mate. Therefore, this link is a good ...



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