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This has broken for me a couple times now in Ubuntu; most recently after going from 12.04LTS to 14.04LTS (in place upgrade). System Settings... (gear at top of screen) Appearance Behavior Tab Check box for Enable workspaces Screen grab of configuration setting for workspaces:


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There is a CLI that allows you to arrange the layout of your workspaces in LXDE. Unfortunately it doesn't update the mini-map in the panel -- the panel still displays one row of workspaces (Takkat's answer affects the panel, but I don't like the overall effect on the rest of the panel.) Here's the answer over on Superuser: ...


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Switched from GNOME (Compiz) to GNOME (Metacity) and it worked. You do that from the login screen.


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I had the same issue. It has something to do with a bug when windows are set translucent. Go to system settings, desktop behavior, and then find anything that has a translucence setting and turn it off. Unfortunately thats an ongoing issue for now. Hope that helps my friend.


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Left click on the workspace switcher and select PREFERENCES.


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The compiz plugin responsible for viewport switching is Desktop Wall . You can check if it is enabled with this command in terminal : dconf read /org/compiz/profiles/unity/plugins/core/active-plugins | grep --color -i "wall" If you don't have the word wall highlighted there, you will need to have it enabled. It can be done via dconf however , I recommend ...


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Install Compiz Config setting manager sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager And Workspaces is on General Settings Compiz manager



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