In the "File - Open" box, hit Ctrl+H to toggle the display of hidden files. You can also right-click in the file list and select "Show hidden files" from the right-click menu. That at least answers the "How to open files with name starting in "." in a program".
The same shortcut key works in nautilus. In nautilus, the ...
Icons on the application bar most commonly are installed under /usr/share/icons or sometimes (more traditional) under /usr/share/pixmaps/ for systemwide icons, and in ~/.icons and/or ~/.local/share/icons for user icons. The latter, if installed, override the systemwide installed ones.
Apparently, the installer of your application did not correctly install an ...
Ok, after some searching I found these lines:
""" Searches for Files using fd command """
cmd = [
'timeout', '5s', 'ionice', '-c', '3', bin_name, '--threads', '1',
The repo is archived and the extension seems to not be maintained anymore. I removed the 'timeout', '5s' ...
Yes, 'r' is one of the internal commands in the run dialog. They're documented at https://wiki.gnome.org/Projects/GnomeShell/CheatSheet#Developer_tools.
'r' or 'restart': restart the shell
'rt': reload the shell theme (very useful when writing/modifying a theme)
'lg': open Looking Glass, which is the gnome-shell equivalent of DevTools in your browser
Reset idle time when unplugging power, or reset idle time while you are on AC?
Even if you'd manage to create an action on unplugging (you can), the question is wether you would be in time to prevent suspending.
A more reliable trick is to prevent getting idle time pass the idle-time threshold at all, but only if you are on AC.
If you are on X, how can we do ...
I suggest you download and install Kubuntu 20.04.3 LTS or newer.
Kubuntu is an official flavor of Ubuntu, and you can more easily customize it to look like the pictures you attached. Kubuntu had GUI tools to allow you to customize the user interface.
Once you've installed Kubuntu, you will have to move the panel to the the top, and add widgets to your ...