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I've recently switched from unity to ubuntu-gnome-desktop on my inspiron laptop running 14.04 LTS. After I reconfigured gdm as primary display manager and logged into the new desktop, I faced two issues:

  1. The mouse cursor was not appearing for a long time. This was thankfully solved after I made the following dconf settings as per this answer: gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.cursor active false

  2. My other issue however, still stays. As soon as I'm logged in, the battery-indicator on the top-right is not visible for a long time. Is there a similar gsettings configuration for that too?

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I resolved this issue by upgrading to gnome 3.12.

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