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It is possible on Ubuntu 20.04 (GNOME Shell version 3.36.x) using a GNOME Shell extension called 'Jiggle'. Jiggle is a Gnome Shell extension that highlights the cursor position when the mouse is moved rapidly. It provides some customisation options too: Besides the 'cursor scaling' effect (as in the screencast above), it currently provides two more ...


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To further clarify the relation between GSettings and DConf: First of all, they are part of the same system. To be more precise, GSettings uses DConf as its storage backend. And that's what DConf is: a storage system. That's why it only speaks in terms of paths: it stores keys and values in a given path. Those paths, keys and values are then stored in a ...


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I don't know why but this keeps happening to me to. This isn't a solution just a mere workaround. For me, I needed to toggle on the button multiple times to get it working. I posted this on reddit if you want to see it. You can install bluetooth quick connect extension from here. This mostly automatically connects your bluetooth device to your pc. And you ...


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Try the Gnome Shell extension Always Show Titles In Overview by 5q0Fw.


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