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Feb
12
comment CTRL, ALT, SHIFT or right-click kills some windows
It seems that the updates come from a ricotz PPA (ppa:ricotz/testing). You should make sure it is activated to ppa-purge it. You may also want to look if you have the gnome3-team/gnome3 and gnome3-team/gnome3-staging PPA's.
Feb
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Feb
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comment CTRL, ALT, SHIFT or right-click kills some windows
It seems that the updates come from a ricotz PPA (ppa:ricotz/testing). You should make sure it is activated to ppa-purge it. You may also want to look if you have the gnome3-team/gnome3 and gnome3-team/gnome3-staging PPA's.
Feb
10
comment CTRL, ALT, SHIFT or right-click kills some windows
What are the outputs of dpkg -s gir1.2-gtk-3.0, dpkg -s libgtk-3-0 and dpkg -s libgtk-3-common?
Feb
9
comment CTRL, ALT, SHIFT or right-click kills some windows
I would also try with ppa-purge ppa:elementary-os/daily. Additionally, If you had a PPA (that may have installed a new version of libgir and/or libgtk) at the moment of the upgrade, and then deactivated you need to enable it again and ppa-purge it.
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Feb
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answered CTRL, ALT, SHIFT or right-click kills some windows
Feb
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comment CTRL, ALT, SHIFT or right-click kills some windows
Have you installed one of the elementary-os/daily or gnome3-team/gnome3 PPAs?
Jan
14
comment how to make wget retry download if speed goes below certain threshold?
@sfyn: Yes, I added -c to the answer so if anything fails you can pick up where you left off. Thanks.
Jan
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comment Unity launcher autohide leaves “ghost” behind?
I believe is a bug too. I asked a question here: answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/213598 Your input might be useful there.
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Nov
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comment Is it possible to use the 'unity-greeter' for LightDM on Xubuntu 11.10?
That solved the problem almost perfectly. The only issue left is that the unity-greeter seems to be coded to use the Ubuntu indicators in order to display the hour, battery state and the shutdown menu, but I don't want to install them because all the dependencies. By the way, is good to know the bug is reported already.
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accepted Is it possible to use the 'unity-greeter' for LightDM on Xubuntu 11.10?
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