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You can try resetting unity with below command unity --reset In case you are using 14.04 , above command is deprecated and you will need to install unity-tweak-tool by sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool and reset Unity with unity-tweak-tool --reset-unity BTW have you tried synapse ? , very good alternative to unity-dash sudo ...


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No, this is not possible, as the application menu in the dash is a lens. However, it's possible to show all installed applications by creating a desktop file containing a link to the application directory. Create the following file: [Desktop Entry] Version=1.0 Type=Link Name=Applications Comment=All installed Ubuntu Applications ...


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One command to solve it all! gsettings set com.canonical.Unity.Lenses always-search ['applications.scope'] That will make dash search by default, only on the application scope. EASY AS! No need to install no programs. Just enter it in the command line, and restart your computer to see the changes taking effect. If you are interested in getting rid of ...


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You pretty much want these three commands. And you don't need to install anything. sudo apt-get remove $(dpkg --get-selections | cut -f1 | grep -P "^unity-(lens|scope)-" | grep -vP "unity-(lens|scope)-(home|applications|files)" | tr "\n" " "; gsettings set com.canonical.Unity.Lenses always-search ['applications.scope']; gsettings set ...



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