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comment Terminal Background in Ubuntu
You can't right now. It's a bug. See here on launchpad.
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comment How to install GNOME Shell extensions
Sorry the "stupid" site doesn't work for you. It does work because it works for me. To answer your question though, you just have to download the code. How to get to the code depends on where you're getting it from. Many of the extensions sit on github, so you can google for them. Then download the zip from github, extract it so that your extension is in ~/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions.
Oct
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answered Skype crashes saying problem with audio capture
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revised USB Keyboard works occasionally
Code formatting
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suggested suggested edit on USB Keyboard works occasionally
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answered Is there a difference between “.” and “source” in bash, after all?
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comment How to add a pygtk Widget to the Glade palette?
This doesn't work for me in 12.04. Glade prints this: (glade:25053): GladeUI-WARNING **: Failed to load external library 'gladepython'
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answered Changing the priority of Gnome Shell
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Nov
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comment Where did the menu bars from my applications go in GNOME Shell?
I'm using gnome-shell on 11.10, and this does not happen for me. Yes, unity's installed as well. You could try backing up your home directory and creating a fresh home directory. It might just be a config file or something?
Nov
4
comment How to install GNOME Shell extensions
You can also add extensions without installing a PPA by downloading an extension and putting it in ~/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions. The extension will then show up in the tweak tool which you can use to enable the extension.
Nov
4
comment How to keep a window from overlapping into another workspace?
Virtual desktops overlapped before in Ubuntu too, at least with compiz enabled. But I've sinced moved to gnome shell, which gives you both an "accelerated" desktop as well as the non-overlapping workspaces.
Oct
25
comment How do I inhibit suspend from the command line?
Normally, I want my computer to suspend. It's a laptop and all. But when I ssh into it, I'd like suspend to be temporarily inhibited.
Oct
25
comment How do I inhibit suspend from the command line?
The remote machine is running Gnome on Ubuntu 11.10.
Oct
25
asked How do I inhibit suspend from the command line?