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You have a few issues in your setup: one will definitely make it not work, the other most likely: 1. The most important one: In the .desktop file, you use: Exec=~/.config/autostart/unity_dash_update.sh but ~ does not work ina a .desktop file, you need to use absolute path, unless your script is in $PATH (and executable), then simply run it by its name. ...


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dbus actually has a method for closing the Dash menu. Using qdbus your script could be changed as follows: #!/bin/bash DISPLAY=:0 sleep 10 xdotool key Alt+F2 sleep 0.25 qdbus com.canonical.Unity /com/canonical/Unity/Dash \ com.canonical.Unity.Dash.HideDash exit 0 Note that in addition i've increased sleep time to 10 seconds, because Unity may take ...


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Interesting question. As always, there are different ways to get a list of these applications, each of them with specific ad- and disadvantages. Getting a list of processes, represented in the Launcher, using the window list Since only applications with a (mapped) window appear in the Launcher, using: wmctrl -lp (wmctrl is not installed by default), ...


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Navigate to com > canonical > unity, then add 'home.scopes' to hidden scopes in lenses and add 'applications.scope' as the first entry in dash using dconf-editor.


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I tried to solve the problem: Open LibreOffice writer click Tools. In Tools click Customize.. This window will open Find and select your shortcut key in the Shortcut keys, like ctrl+C. In the Category window select Edit and in the Function select copy Click Modify PressOk button Now ctrl+C works. Do these steps for all the shortcuts you want. I ...



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