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A friend of mine wrote a workspace indicator for me. It should work for all kind of workspace compositions. Of course still alpha: https://github.com/maho2nd/enhanced-ubuntu-workspace-indicator


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Would an indicator suffice, rather than an icon in the launcher (left sidebar)? Try indicator-workspaces here.


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Open CompizConfig Setting Manager (ccsm) Desktop → Expo → Appearance Increase Y Offset


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I have this little python3 code-blob that reacts to workspace switching. It's not made to display a notification, but to work around a chromium redraw bug. Anything you want to happen on workspace switch, you can easily throw in to the "fire_the_kludge" function though. https://github.com/aking1012/chromiumKludge/blob/master/kludge.py Here's a ...


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Well it seems like I have forgotten an old problem: keyboard rollover. Certain USB keyboards seem to have a limitation on certain key combinaions - and it would appear that my keyboard has one on a quite inconvenient spot. I think I'll start using the wireless keyboard that does not seem to have this specific problem. You can read more about this on this ...


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Install Compiz Config Setting Manager (ccsm): sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager Look for Window Management then Enable Put plugin.


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Building off of Pierre's answer, once you've found the right layout, you should add the line to the end of your ~/.profile. For instance, I prefer to have a 2x2 grid of workspaces, so I added this line to the end of my .profile: xprop -root -f _NET_DESKTOP_LAYOUT 32cccc -set _NET_DESKTOP_LAYOUT 0,2,2,0 Now the grid should persist between logins. I'm ...


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Okay, I have found the answer. Settings - Window Manager Tweaks - Workspaces - Use the mouse wheel on the desktop to switch workspaces.


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In Ubuntu 13.10 on the WineHQ WoW 5.4 was rated as "Gold" and for other distributions it was rated as "Platinum" both mean that you will have almost no problems or any that make normal game play impossible. The link is for the overall page for the game. You can also add your own test results for which ever one you are using. But that is probably a bug, so ...


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About the workspaces, you also have to change it in compizconfig-settings-manger. Run ccsm in a terminal: ccsm Click in General, then General Options, click the Desktop Size tab, change the horizontal and vertical size there as you like.


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Regarding the alt+tab question, all I can advise is for you to install Compiz Settings Manager. Open a terminal and type sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager compiz-plugins-default After installing you can launch it with ccsm Scroll down to Window Management and enable "Static Application Switcher". As for the work areas, I can't help. I ...



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