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comment How to drag a folder to the launcher from Nautilus
Works. Thanks Marawan. I would remove the sudo from the first line since that folder is owned by the actual user.
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comment Installing Steam on Ubuntu 12.04
Possible duplicate of askubuntu.com/questions/1784/how-can-i-install-steam
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comment How to find and change the screen DPI?
@FuzzyToothpaste that is why I said "helps a bit". That bit is that, when you lower the scale, apart from changing the menu, title bar and launcher icons, the actuall size of the windows, because of the change, will be smaller. So it helps a bit if you have for example a 1280x720 resolution (like a laptop) and you want to fit the windows inside that 720. Lowering the scale to 0.8 or less will "feel" like you are using 1080 instead of 720. This of course is with Non Hi-DPI like the apple products. I guess the effect would be bigger on those type of hardware.
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comment ASUS Z87 Pro Bluetooth not finding other devices with 13.10
@PJSingh I personally tested 3.14, 3.15, 3.16 and 3.17. It works starting with 3.14 and even though it does not appear in kernelnewbies.org/Linux_3.14-DriversArch it works correctly. Tested with the Samsung HD1200, Samsung S4 and Samsung S4 Mini. Also just noticed right now I tested everything with Samsung.
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comment ASUS Z87 Pro Bluetooth not finding other devices with 13.10
@PJSingh Using a newer kernel or waiting for 14.10 will solve it. Right Now I am using 14.04 with kernel 3.17 and 14.10. give me a moment to paste an image for the BT working.