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You can get its status by using gsettings command as following: gsettings get org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power idle-dim This will return "true" or "false". So if you want change its value use set option instead of get and type "true" to enable it or "false" to disable: gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power idle-dim true Now if ...
I am currently on Ubuntu 14.10 and if I go to system settings and select appearance, on the right there is a list of wallpapers. Any wallpaper I select also becomes my login screen. If you click the + at the bottom you can add your own and that will become your wallpaper and login screen. Or are you saying you want your desktop wallpaper to be different ...
First, install compizconfig-settings-manager. Then open it up by calling ccsm Then, there is a keyboard shortcut plugin. You need to enable this plugin and set the plugin here. Unity itself is a compiz plugin so when the settings in Unity don't work, they usually do in compiz as that is the main engine.
You can install compizconfig-settings-manager. Open ccsm, and click on the OpenGL tab to change the settings. First, make sure this plugin is enabled. Next, on the "texture filter" setting, change the setting to "Best" Also, go to "General Options" and to the "Display Settings" tab. Make sure "Detect Outputs" is enabled. Then, I'm not sure if it will ...
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