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comment Is there a quick easy way to access the command line for unity launchers?
I think I understand now. You said you wanted to access the command line, but I think you just mean the command itself. You'll find all the desktop launcher files in /usr/share/applications where they all have a .desktop suffix. If you open them up with a text editor like gedit, you should see the command Unity uses on the line "Exec", with options, i.e. Exec=ego %U. You can modify this or add new launchers, following the model. A long way from a right-click, I'm afraid, but I think that if you like configuring your desktop, the classic look is best for you! Hope this helps.
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comment Is there a quick easy way to access the command line for unity launchers?
Again, not sure this is the right answer, but the executable is just gnome-terminal, isn't it? and the path /usr/bin/gnome-terminal To find the location of an application: whereis gnome-terminal. I'm not using Unity myself, as I find the classic ubuntu look easier to configure and prettier all round, so I may still be missing the point!
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answered Is there a quick easy way to access the command line for unity launchers?
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