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Jun
24
revised How can I extract a page range / a part of a PDF?
updated with new revision of custom pdf extraction script
May
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Apr
25
comment “Focus application” keyboard shortcut in Lubuntu (LXDE)
@Nitin Glad to hear it works for you :)
Apr
25
comment Document Viewer (Evince) history navigation
@Bach Would love to check if there's another way to do this in evince, but I am still on Ubuntu 12.04, sorry. Chances are the GNOME devs have done away with this feature. That seems to be their modus operandi these days :/.
Apr
15
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Apr
15
comment Find out the application under the mouse
@rubo77 Good thinking! I've added it to the answer. Thanks.
Apr
15
revised Find out the application under the mouse
combined xdotool option with pstree (as suggested by rubo77)
Apr
15
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Apr
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Apr
7
comment Is there a way to save a session?
possible duplicate of Save Unity Desktop Session
Apr
7
revised Save Unity Desktop Session
updated answer to reflect status of this feature in more recent Ubuntu releases
Apr
7
revised Save Unity Desktop Session
removed version references and tag since question is not specific to Ubuntu 11.10
Apr
7
answered Save Unity Desktop Session
Apr
2
comment Launch app only if not already open
If you go with the script route you could use this script as a starting point. I wrote it for LXDE/Openbox initially, but it should work in Unity, too. More information on the script and its usage here.
Apr
2
comment libudev.so.1 not found when trying to run spotify
It should be noted that the Spotify devs have acknowledged this issue and have promised a fix in the near future.
Mar
30
comment Launch nautilus in location navigated to in Terminal
Related: Launch file manager from terminal with a keyboard shortcut.
Mar
26
comment Perform action when moving mouse cursor to certain position in Lubuntu
@DustByte Glad to hear that this works for you. These Q&As list a few options for setting up autostart on Lubuntu: askubuntu.com/a/500147/81372 askubuntu.com/questions/81383/… askubuntu.com/a/55391/81372
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Mar
25
answered Perform action when moving mouse cursor to certain position in Lubuntu