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Run the Screenshot program (gnome-screenshot, or search for Screenshot in the Dash). Set a timeout (or delay): And then get the menu and wait for the timeout to expire. This only works with a whole-screen screenshot. So you'll have to manually crop later:
This is really simple using shutter and the best thing about using shutter is that you don't get to crop your menu later. It just captures the menu specified. Install and launch shutter sudo apt-get install shutter Using the shutter window, click on the 'menu' icon. See screenshot below: You will then be prompted to choose and click on which menu ...
Not sure what your talking about, but, maybe this will help: f.lux is a computer program developed by Michael and Lorna Herf. It adjusts a computer display's color temperature according to its location and time of day, based on a user specified set of longitude and latitude geographical coordinates, a ZIP Code, or a city name. Install by typing this ...
1. Assuming you are on Unity The script below should change your resolution, depending on the current viewport in Unity. I tested it on several computers for a while, and it ran without an error. I'd suggest however to also test it for a while and see if it runs without a single break; repeated wmctrl commands can sometimes exit "non-zero" incidentally. ...
Go to System Settings > Brightness & Lock and untick "Dim screen to save power"
The "green screen" isn't Ubuntu specific. My desktop's onboard graphics card died once, and it resulted in a green screen freezing everything. It then subsequently hard crashed. It sounds a lot like a dying graphics card. The only thing you can really do is get a compatible graphics card for your system (or a replacement motherboard if it's an onboard ...
Don't use an overly bright wallpaper for your desktop. Select a less bright wallpaper, like the default Ubuntu wallpaper for better contrast between the open window(s) and the wallpaper. Don't autohide the Launcher so that it will be there when you need it. Only put the most frequently used icons in the Launcher so you won't have to search through too ...
It's exactly the same process, except you use a JPG file. LightDM has no problems displaying JPGs.
Most likely one of these situations is the case (In the example, HP 22" is my main screen) The screen is misaligned or in another position than you assume Open System settings > Screens: 1. the screen is misaligned 2. the screen is positioned differently from what you assume: on the left side.. ... or on top: Simply drag the window in another ...
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