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You can use ClassicMenu Indicator for application menu. For adding files/folders you can use autokey and use this script to the open the particular folder and make sure you ☑ the option "show in notification menu"


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The hard way Since you do not know what you have changed, you can reset the entries. gsettings list-schemas | grep -i desktop.unity | xargs gsettings reset-recursively gsettings list-schemas | grep -i com.canonical.Unity | xargs gsettings reset-recursively


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In order to get back a proper Unity desktop, you'll have to purge the repositories and the packages installed from them(incluided corebird) How to purge a PPA Purging a PPA means not only to disable the PPA, but also to downgrade any packages you've upgraded from that PPA, to the version available in the official Ubuntu repositories. To be able to purge a ...


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Ctrl + Alt + F1 gives you the CLI version of your OS. Enter your username when it says login: and you will be prompted for password. Proceed to type the commands as you do in a normal terminal and things should be fine. You can switch back to graphical mode by pressing Ctrl + Alt + F7/F8 Here is a Link to one of the answers to your problem



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