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I guess you've got the wrong link. The file which actually contains the application is this one: Just download it using your browser. Then navigate to the directory where the file is located, right click it and unzip it. I guess some kind of executeable will get unpacked. Greetings, Didi


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The XFCE launcher is pretty good, but basic. If you can, you should be using Synapse. IIRC, the XFCE default appsearch only looks at menuitems. Unity / Zeitgeist / whatever else use a bigger index of programs that searches all programs registered with it. [Still testing XFCE searching] So, there are two methods to do this: Install + Configure Synapse ...


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I used to see problems similar to this on old Gnome 2 while playing with compiz, the window manager would need to be restarted sometimes, logging out & back in works, or restarting the window manager might work too. Xubuntu / XFCE uses the xfwm4 window manager, and it's got an option --replace that might work. Try: xfwm4 --replace & in a terminal ...


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Nevermind, I solved it. I disabled "enable application indicator" and magically the tray icon showed in systray area. Thank you anyway!


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Click the All Settings icon from the top left launcher. From there, click on the Panel icon. On the Display tab, you'll see a Measurements section. Just increase the Row Size (pixels) setting to the size that you want.


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About the original question: I too am an xfce user and am somewhat visually impaired. I use the red pointer, but often can't find it in a cluttered desktop. Then I just use Alt+F1 which pulls up a file manager menu box. I don't need it, but it's always placed on the desktop with the cursor at one of its upper corners. Once I've located the cursor, I just ...



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