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I think that you can put the .desktop file - that you created on your Desktop - in the Launcher. If not, place it in ~/.local/share/applications/, on the next login it should show up in Unity and then you can put it in the Launcher.
You can do this with gnome-panel. First type gnome-panel on terminal. Then you will see the list of open programs on bottom left panel(just like taskbar of window). And on bottom right there will be four workspace. Just you need to drag the bottom left program to the workspace of your choice. Unlike unity-2d-shell, the program will only be visible if you go ...
Perhaps you do not have enough permissions to access to the folder. Try to use sudo command. cd eclipse sudo ./eclipse
Open ccsm and go to General Options > Desktop Size and you will find the option for Horizontal Virtual Size there. Increase this value to > 1.
Setting the shortcut The command To move an application (-window) to another workspace from command, you need wmctrl to be installed. The command you need to move the frontmost application (-'s window) to a specific workspace (on Lubuntu) is: wmctrl -r :ACTIVE: -t 1 where 1 refers to the targeted workspace. The first workspace is 0, so the command above ...
There is no need to install any extra driver software for Dell laptops. You can simply double tap with three fingers in Dell touchpad to switch to the previous workspace. For zoom-in and zoom-out you can use scrolling using two fingers as it happens for most of the image viewers.
How to make applications untraceable on (other) workspaces Using xdotool's windowunmap, it is possible to hide a window completely. The window, nor its application, occurs any more in the launcher icon, and is not even listed any more in the output of wmctrl. Theoretically, this could be connected to the "workspace-engine", that was used in this and this ...
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