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I have installed a fresh Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop system. I haven't configured anything yet. Thus, the very first action was to start the unity-control-center by clicking on the gears icon. Then, I clicked on the "all settings" button but it has no effect. Instead, I expected more settings options to appear.

When I start the program on the command line, it does not print any error messages.

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  • The "All Settings" button is actually the link for unity-control-center, so you are actually on the "All Settings" menu. You should upload screenshoots to explain better. – Lucio May 30 '14 at 15:27
  • I start "unity-control-center" from the command line. Then, a window opens. In this window is a button "All settings", which has no effect. – Torsten Bronger May 30 '14 at 17:54
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When you open the System Settings (unity-control-center from command line) you get all the settings:

screenshoot1

Then, if you enter some setting, like Appearance, it will look like this now:

screenshoot2

Now, if you click on the All Settings button, it will work going to the main menu.

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    You might add that it's similar to breadcrumbs at the top of a web page to show where you are in a path. – chaskes May 31 '14 at 0:35
  • Exactly, the last button is to show where are you in that moment, that is why it doesn't run any event. – Lucio May 31 '14 at 0:38
  • I might add why I was confused: I come from Lubuntu and miss some settings possibilities (which are somewhere else in Ubuntu probably). I expected "All settings" to be some sort of expert mode, revealing, well, all settings. – Torsten Bronger May 31 '14 at 8:05

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