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Quotes of the week

Quotes of the week

Posted Feb 5, 2013 20:30 UTC (Tue) by ovitters (subscriber, #27950)
In reply to: Quotes of the week by jmspeex
Parent article: Quotes of the week

Just because we moved from gconf to dconf doesn't mean the options are suddenly gone. Suggest to open dconf-editor. We now even have a tweak tool.


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Quotes of the week

Posted Feb 5, 2013 21:25 UTC (Tue) by jmspeex (subscriber, #51639) [Link]

Since I first installed Linux in 1995 (originally with fvwm), I've been using a 4x3 matrix of virtual desktops. Tell me how to get that back with gnome3 and dconf.

Quotes of the week

Posted Feb 9, 2013 17:58 UTC (Sat) by Jandar (subscriber, #85683) [Link]

I never had a wm with an always visible tool-/task-/whatever-bar. Can I have the maximal screen-estate with gnome3?

Quotes of the week

Posted Feb 9, 2013 18:08 UTC (Sat) by ovitters (subscriber, #27950) [Link]

You mean no title bar? That only is done for applications which support it. If you want maximal screen-estate I guess you just want to configure the fullscreen key. See System Settings→Keyboard→Shortcuts→Windows→Toggle fullscreen mode. There also is a standard hint that applications can set to indicate that they do not want a title bar, maybe wmctrl can set that manually or devils pie automatically. Lastly, check for a different metacity/mutter theme.

Out of all suggestions, I don't think too many people have used anything other than just fullscreen so you might run into issues.

Quotes of the week

Posted Feb 9, 2013 21:21 UTC (Sat) by Jandar (subscriber, #85683) [Link]

No, I mean no bar from wm or whatever manages the workspaces. The applications I run should have windows with title-bars, or more precise attachments with knobs to control the windows. What I can do without are the permanent tool- and task-bars. Bars of the wm/desktop which can't be configured to autohide will be disabled by me. If there are remaining wm-/desktop-bars with clutter up the screen-estate I switch to a sane environment.


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