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First of all you need make it executable. Then move it to /bin directory (you need root-rights): $chmod +x capscr $sudo mv ./capsrc /bin I also recomend to you to edit capscr file, for example mine: #!/bin/bash timestamp="$(date +%d.%m.%Y"_shot_"%H:%M:%S)" targetbase="$HOME/Pictures/screenshots" mkdir -p $targetbase [ -d $targetbase ] || exit 1 import ...
Use Tab To Window extension of chrome. it will provide you several shortcuts to manage your tabs. For example, use Alt+Shift+X to move the active tab to a new window. The shortcuts are customisable.
You can press and hold 'Super' (like CMD) key and see hints for keyboard shortcuts.
Go to your desktop and hold the super key (In my case it's the windows key), it will show the shortcuts for unity. And you can also create shortcuts by going into system settings -> keyboard -> shortcuts.
From a terminal window type in: sudo apt-mark hold <package name> which should prevent the package from getting updated in the future. You would have to change it back to auto from hold if you want to remove it or update it in the future.
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