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You can configure from which sources "Zeitgeist", Ubuntu's activity tracker (inherited from Gnome), tracks events with Activity Log Manager. It let's you disable the tracking of certain object types, disable the tracking of object sources by folder, delete tracks collected most recently, during a certain time frame, or altogether.
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. ...
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 ...
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), ...
another file ~/.local/share/applications/jna_jar.desktop also need to be deleted. It seems to be openjdk brought by first time running pycharm. [Desktop Entry] Encoding=UTF-8 Version=1.0 Type=Application Name=Welcome to PyCharm Community Edition Icon=jna_jar.png Exec=/usr/lib/jvm/java-7-openjdk-amd64/bin/java -Xbootclasspath/a:./../lib/boot.jar -classpath ...
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.
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 ...
Try this and enter this in the terminal: dconf reset -f /org/compiz unity --reset-icon &disown and it might work fine this way.
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