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Avoiding jumping to Applications of other workspace Go to New workspace. Now you have Some FireFox Browsers open in Old workspace. If you choose FireFox browser in New workspace, Ubuntu will take you to Old workspace FireFox. Actually you will be taken to Old workspace itself if you select any Application in New workspace that is already in Old workspace. ...
You may reset all Compiz settings to defaults dconf reset -f /org/compiz/
Press the windows button to open Dash. Search for Displays, and open it. You should find everything you need right there, but for a quick fix, select the checkbox Mirror displays on the right side. Most likely, the windows are considered to be side by side. Moving the mouse pointer out of the screen towards left or right should get you to the other ...
Try: wmctrl -r “window name(or any string in the title)” -t `wmctrl -d | grep “workspace name” | cut -d" " -f1` let me explain: in the help of wmctrl shows -r <WIN> -t <DESK> Move the window to the specified desktop. <DESK> A desktop number. Desktops are counted from zero. <WIN> This argument ...
I had the exact same issue. The following worked for me. Open up CompizConfig Settings Manager (ccsm). Go to the 'Workarounds' section -> Window stickyness (bottom of General Tab). Select/enable the checkbox next to 'Make "on all desktops" windows "sticky"'.
So go to system settings > workspaces and activate "Allow cycling through workspaces" If you don't see that option, you may have to click on the "Switch to Advanced Mode" button on the lower left (the one that says "Switch to Normal Mode" in the screenshot above).
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