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Is it possible to reveal the Gnome3 launcher by just moving the mouse to the left hand side of the screen? Sometimes I just want to quickly flick my mouse to the left to reveal the launcher, but instead I have to go up to Activities and then down to the launcher.

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Did you try flicking the pointer to the very upper left corner of your screen? That's how it works in Debian, at least.

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  • Yeah that works but I don't want to do that, I want to just flick it to the left of the screen to reveal the launcher. Seems a bit odd having to go diagonally up and left and then down rather than just being able to go left and reveal.
    – blackn1ght
    Commented Jun 3, 2014 at 21:09
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No, you can't. The "Activities Overview" only can be activated using the upper left corner of the screen or clicking in the "Activities" label in the same quadrant. I think you could get this behavior with extensions but isn't in my knowledge anything like this.

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  • Cheers. I did have a browse for an extension but couldn't find anything. There must be a way to do it though!
    – blackn1ght
    Commented Jun 7, 2014 at 9:53

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