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The package name is xfce4-mouse-settings.
VMC's method seems interesting, but I had already installed Pepper Flash (as per the link kerry_s posted) before I saw VMC's post.
Pepper Flash works fine, though.
However, I found the...
In Firefox, whenever I'm on a webpage that has an embedded video that uses flash, I see this message covering the playback window.
However, sudo apt-get upgrade does not find any available...
The issue is that the "open with" menu in the folderview screenlet does not give that option. (screenshot here)
I see what you're saying, but I'm typically hesitant to report anything, especially when I'm pretty sure it's a false positive.
@cariboo, matt symes
Whenever I log in, I get two occurrences of this error message. But I don't see any reason for that message. Any way to get rid of it?
I'm going to use .odt files as an example here, but this problem occurs for more filetypes than just that.
When I open an .odt file from Dolphin (or Thunar, for that matter), it opens in...
What is the name of the package for xubuntu's mouse/touchpad settings control? (screenshot here)
Here's why I'm asking:
I usually prefer Kubuntu, but right now I'm running Xubuntu while I wait...
I installed kdebase-apps and now dolphin search works! Thanks.
Perhaps kdebase-apps should be made a dependency of dolphin so that other users don't run into this issue in the future.
I have the same problem as the OP, but I'm using Xubuntu, with Dolphin installed on top. I tried installing the KDE settings manager to be able to follow the solution that Steve posted above, but...
I just installed Gwenview, but when I tried opening an image file in it, I got this bizarre error message. Any ideas? Thanks.
I run Xubuntu 15.04.
The feature exists. I just hadn't realized how to use it. Here's how to enable it:
0. Right-click on a panel that contains the window list.
1. Click Panel --> Panel Preferences
2. Select the...
Thanks for your help.
No, that's not what I meant. I said "window list"--the part of the taskbar that shows which windows the user has open. By default in xfce, the order is alphabetical, but I want to be able to...
Back in the day, I was a fan of Gnome 2. I've had an eye on xfce and xubuntu since ubuntu went with unity. I tried Xubuntu 14.04 and was rather impressed. However, there's still one feature that...
Well yes, my point was that when you perform the install, you don't have networking in the first place, so microsoft can't check anything other than the product key--which is checked only by the disc...
It's been a little over one and a half years since I used Windows, and that was just XP--never ran Vista, 7, or 8 on my own computer. Back then, I remember being able to use my XP Pro install disc...
I used to use KDE with Ubuntu. Now I just use Kubuntu, which works more smoothly and doesn't have some of the problems I had on my previous install.
This is exactly right; the button is a rocker, and if you press the right-hand side, it will right click. If you press both sides at once, you can middle click.[/quote]
That actually sounds very...
to clarify--I don't own one. I've just had my eye on it for a while and was curious about this design flaw.
It's a touchpad with exactly one button. (not a clickpad) picture here
This might shed some light on this:
I used to use Ubuntu 10.04 with KDE installed on top. When I logged into Gnome2 (which is what Ubuntu used by default back then), the keyring unlocked...