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Only way you can change window themes is by copying your theme to either Ambiance or Adwaita folder. Gnome developers have become very ignorant to user's and themes, due to their inability to fix underlying problems with their desktop. GTK+ will refuse to use the entire theme if it does not completely comply with what Gnome Developers want on our desktops. ...


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To do exactly what you describe takes a script Couldn't resist posting an answer... To create a file, with the current date as a title and as header inside would take one or two lines. However, if you want to: prevent the file to be overwritten if you run the command accidentally open the file with gedit wait for the window to appear and subsequently ...


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Here is a simple bash script I would use #!/bin/bash dat=$(date "+%Y-%m-%d") touch work_plan_$dat echo "Work Plan $dat" > work_plan_$dat if [ -f work_plan_$dat ]; then echo "Successfully created file work_plan_$dat" fi gedit work_plan_$dat To run this script without its path, its location should be included in $PATH environment variable. You can do ...


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Something like: #!/bin/bash today=$(date "+%Y-%m-%d") echo "Work Plan $today" > work_plan_"$today" gedit work_plan_"$today" Don't forget to make it executable with chmod +x gen-work-plan. To run it without path, either add the directory containing the scrip to your $PATH in ~/.bashrc (recommended for security): export PATH=$PATH:...


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You may find all window manager shortcuts in System Settings → Window manager → Keyboard Lower window: Shift+Alt+PgDn To lower the window. It works fine with composite on, when it is off it seen to send it back on same monitor only (few windows, not back all windows) Hide window: Alt+F9 To minimize active window. Switch application: This seems ...


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Minimize the active window Assuming you have xdotool installed (run sudo apt-get install xdotool if not), the command to minimize the active window is: xdotool getactivewindow windowminimize Simply add that to a shortcut key and it should work. On XFCE: open Settings > Keyboard > Application Shortcuts, add the command: xdotool getactivewindow ...


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Installing from the repositories isn't very useful since you can't configure it. However, it is convenient to install with apt-get so that, when building from source, it is added to the options in the login screen. You don't need to uninstall it to install from source. Source and further instructions: https://cannibalcandy.wordpress.com/2012/04/26/...


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Introduction The script below allows user to click on a display they want, and all windows on that display will be minimized. This script is meant to be bound to a keyboard shortcut, but can run manually if so desired. Usage is simple: activate the script, your mouse cursor will turn into a cross Click on any program window ( but not desktop ) on the ...


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Only minimize windows on one screen The script below can be used to (only) minimize windows on the left screen or only on the right screen. The script is run with either 1 or 2 as argument, depending on which screen you'd like to minimize the windows. The script #!/usr/bin/env python3 import subprocess import sys scr = sys.argv[1] def get(cmd): ...



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