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I would just use xrandr: $ xrandr Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 3520 x 1200, maximum 32767 x 32767 LVDS1 connected 1600x900+1920+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 310mm x 174mm 1600x900 60.0*+ 1440x900 59.9 1360x768 59.8 60.0 1152x864 60.0 1024x768 60.0 800x600 60.3 ...


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Take from this answer: xdpyinfo | grep dimensions Or to get just the resolution: xdpyinfo | awk '/dimensions/{print $2}' OR xdpyinfo | grep -oP 'dimensions:\s+\K\S+'


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At least 90% of the problem was solved when I found the setting "Hide frame of windows when maximised" in Window Manager Tweaks > Accessibility. I can't believe I missed this setting and I don't remember turning it on. It still seems to be a virtual box related bug that, when this setting is used, it is impossible to re-show the window decoration. But at ...


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If we limit the setup to have a different set of launchers per desktop it is not very complicated. What we need is a script, running in the background to keep track of the current workspace and automatically alter the set of launchers accordingly. 1. A set of launchers per workspace Let's say I have four workspaces, I want the following launchers to be ...


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1. Assuming you are on Unity The script below should change your resolution, depending on the current viewport in Unity. I tested it on several computers for a while, and it ran without an error. I'd suggest however to also test it for a while and see if it runs without a single break; repeated wmctrl commands can sometimes exit "non-zero" incidentally. ...


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There doesn't seem to be a way to do exactly what you want, but I use the following workaround for the problem. Delete the standard clock from the taskbar. Add the Orage clock to the taskbar in its place. Click the Orage clock. By default it opens the single month calendar window in the center of the screen. But if you drag it down to the lower, right ...


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I found a nice solution using xubuntu 14.10 (I think this is nice because it doesn't require tap to click to be enabled, I don't like tap to click) First you need to install xdotool sudo apt-get install xdotool Then write a bash script to send the middle mouse click. Your going to want to write something like this #!/bin/bash xdotool mousedown 2; ...


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I know this is old, but check out DockBarX, which is available for Xfce. Here's some more details: http://www.webupd8.org/2013/03/dockbarx-available-as-xfce-panel-plugin.html


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The request was for the resolution. That is given by xdpyinfo | grep resolution


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Image resolution - It will look best when the image matches your monitor resolution. Image colour - On old CRT monitors dark wallpapers use less energy, on LCD monitors light ones are less energy-consuming. Image size - The lower the image size, the faster the machine works. (But, there will not be so much difference unless you are using very old computer) ...



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