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I had the same problem today Solution: sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager (if CCSM not already installed) Go to the dash and start compizconfig Click on "Window Management" in the left-side pane Activate the applications switcher When CCSM ask you to deactivate the former switcher shortcut, just agree. Now you can run a selenium server ...


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The older way of dragging a window outside the screen was sending it partly to another workspace because the "window snapping" feature was absent (the one that you experienced: "if I drag a window to the side of the workspace, the window is maximized to half of the screen"). Now, it is enabled by default. Do disable it, install Unity Tweaks Tool: Window ...


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OK so the problem seems to be conky having an 'own_window_type = panel' possibly combined with my other settings. Settings changed to: own_window_type conky own_window_hints undecorated,below,sticky,skip_taskbar,skip_pager All fixed


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Yes, you can configure Ubuntu to only have 1 workspace by going to System settings - Appearance - Behaviour - Enable Workspaces. Yes, you can configure the screen resolution of your virtual box by following this thread: Screen Resolution Problem with Ubuntu 14.04 and VirtualBox No, you cannot have your cake and eat it too! ;-)


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I unchecked "workspaces only on primary display" in the gnome tweak tool and it fixed it for me. Maybe that will work for you too.


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You need to set Workspaces to be on. Go to All Settings> Appearance> and confirm that Enable workspaces is checked.


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This worked for me: gsettings set org.gnome.shell.overrides workspaces-only-on-primary false


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I know about its replacement in Ubuntu 14.04. You need to go to System Settings in Appearance. Select Behavior tab. Enable workspaces. You will get a workspace switcher on the launcher as well as workspaces will work now. Now try your tricks. If they don't work, my way is to click the workspace button and drag the windows.



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