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Mar
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
25
awarded  Popular Question
May
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comment What is this dot on my Firefox 4 file menu?
I didn't notice it, but it's gone by now. I am not using unity. This small dot did move with the FF window and did not change whatever I was doing. So I think it doesn't depend on anything to the left of the window.
May
8
comment Performance being really choppy with ATI drivers
This didn't help a bit. Even typing in Firefox makes the CPU jump to 50% (well, 100% for one core).
Apr
7
awarded  Tumbleweed
Mar
31
comment Is it better to upgrade through the Update Manager or re-install from scratch?
I was experiencing major issues in the past (like 2009) but the last upgrades went very smooth.
Mar
31
asked What is this dot on my Firefox 4 file menu?
Dec
15
awarded  Scholar
Dec
15
comment Quick way to temporarily disable compiz and gnome shortcuts
Actually it works and solves all my problems in a very customizable way. Thank you!
Dec
15
accepted Quick way to temporarily disable compiz and gnome shortcuts
Dec
15
awarded  Supporter
Dec
15
comment Quick way to temporarily disable compiz and gnome shortcuts
This looks like a very promising solution. I will try this. Maybe you know a (semi) automatic way to extract the current settings into the script? Or at least a file where I can read them without having to browse through the compiz setting manager.
Dec
15
comment Quick way to temporarily disable compiz and gnome shortcuts
This is a rather bold way of disabling the compiz shortcuts. Still, some (like ctrl+alt+arrows) remain active. Still, the switch is quick and it doesn't need any prerequisites.
Dec
14
awarded  Student
Dec
14
asked Quick way to temporarily disable compiz and gnome shortcuts