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0answers
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Can I configure GNOME 3 to move a window to it's own workspace when maximized?

I'm using GNOME Shell 3.10 and would like to have each maximized window moved to its own workspace automatically. Ideally I'd also like GNOME to prevent any workspace from having more than one ...
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1answer
588 views

How to disable all Gnome 3 notifications?

A pop up shows up at the bottom on the screen in Gnome 3, when ever there are software updates or when I plug in an USB device. I have disabled notifications in the menu in the top right corner, bit ...
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1answer
200 views

Console disable Vim color scheme (ctrl+alt+F1…)

I don't know exactly how is named all the ctrl+alt+F1, ctrl+alt+F2, ctrl+alt+F3 etc... terminals but when I'm going to use it all my Vim scheme is ignored... I made it following this website: ...
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2answers
471 views

Surrounding window frame disappeared after Ubuntu release upgrade

Surrounding window frame disappeared after Ubuntu release upgrade to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS so window maximize, minimize and close icons are not present anymore: Note: Few months ago I switched from ...
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1answer
472 views

Why is my number of workspaces stuck on 4 (gnome-shell installed into ubuntu 11.10)

I can change the number of rows to display, but increasing the number of workspaces changes the number shown, but not the number of names in the name list, and then not the number shown in the applet, ...
0
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1answer
461 views

Chrome windows don't remember size after closing and re-opening

Running GNOME 3 (GNOME Shell 3.2.2.1) on Ubuntu 11.10 , I'm seeing a problem with Google Chrome where sometime in the past a pop-under ad has resized my browser window to something like 640x400 , and ...
0
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1answer
567 views

Add old top and bottom panels on Gnome 3 without downgrading

I am testing Ubuntu 11.10, I am using Unity so far but I am not 100% convinced I want to use this desktop. I also installed gnome 3, but I find Unity easier to use than gnome 3. But I would like to ...
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7answers
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How to launch Ubuntu Software Center from GNOME Shell?

I have been playing around with GNOME Shell from Ubuntu 9.10. I installed the preview which is available in Ubuntu 9.10 repositories using sudo apt-get install gnome-shell gnome-shell --replace ...