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Unity LauncherSwitcher (LSwitcher) is a new tool which can be used to to control which apps should be pinned on the Launcher depending on the current workspace. Available in Ubuntu 15.04, 14.10 and 14.04. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:vlijm/lswitcher sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install lswitcher Watch this video source


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So this is how I found the solution (thanks to Jacob Vlijm): open Dash and type "Display", or go to System Settings and from there click "Displays". Check if "Mirror displays" is ticked (1st line) and/or if it is On or Off (2nd line). Play around with those two until you get to the desired situation. Note that the On/Off button works only when the Mirror ...


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It's actually simpler than I had imagined, you'll just need to add a command to your Startup Applications to find out which command that is, see this question. If you choose to go with the accepted answer, you'll need to install the package wmctrl. If the first solution doesn't work for you, you can use xdotool For example, you might add the command ...


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I ran into the same problems when using flashback compiz. I now use flashback metacity and everything works off the shell as expected.


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Setting a different Unity Launcher per workspace: 1. 2. 3. 4. The solution below makes it easily possible to have a different set of launcher icons per workspace, no matter how many workspaces you have. The setup includes two parts: A (one) shortcut key combination to "remember" the set of launcher icons for the current workspace. A script to run ...


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Assuming you are working with two screens.. One (slightly weird) solution to avoid undocking any panes is to stretch the window across two screens and keep the windows docked.



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