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After playing around a little more, I figured out myself the solution. Right clicking on the main menu > properties opens the Applications Menu, where there exist a checkbox that says Show generic application names, uncheck it. Now everything looks great!
sudo apt-get --reinstal install ubuntu-desktop if this is not working use sudo apt-get remove gnome-settings-daemon and after that sudo apt-get --reinstall install gnome-settings-daemon sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop This solve my problem about the ubuntu settings windows
Ensure that the package ibus-hangul is installed. You can do it simply with the program synaptics, or you can do dpkg -l | grep ibus-hangul If you don't have it, well... install it (again, with synaptics or with the command line: sudo apt-get install ibus-hangul Then, in Unity (or Gnome), you should find the program "ibus preferences". On the top, ...
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