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Try resetting your compiz configurations by entering the following into terminal: dconf reset -f /org/compiz/ Hope it works.
As you know now there is difficult create in cinnamon, the same as the ubuntu devs do on unity. Thats is really true, but not impossible on free software. Anyone can reuse the code and put it on another language or platform. And this are actually done, but is increible that the most difficult thing is not write the code and functionalities. The difficult ...
I don't have much experience in this area, but you could try creating a script to run those commands in that order and setting it up to run a startup. You could also try going into your panel settings and unchecking the box labeled "Automatically show and hide the panel".
I'm sorry, but there is no way to fix that. That is a part of the panel plugin. You could try going with a darker panel color to make the shadow blend in, but that's about all you can do.
By default (on my box, it can vary by distro and version) I think the keyboard shortcut is Super+M - this can be set in Keyboard Settings under shortcuts: You can also open it by moving the mouse to the bottom of the screen, and then push (as though you are trying to move the mouse off the screen) and it should show. (I actually find this a problem as it ...
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