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    Re: crontab: How to run GUI programs with cron

    If unspecified, they're started as root (or as the cron user). You have to specify the user for it. This will set the proper environment variables.

    Example:
    11 * * * * your_user_here ...
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    Re: Create your own personal keyboard layout

    Well, the way I see it, it's better if you try the compose key method. It's pretty straightforward to configure, and a lot of fun to use. Really. It's not just about having ~ + n =, but having...
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    Re: Create your own personal keyboard layout

    You can achieve this by two different methods. They're simpler than creating your own layout, but they also come with their troubles. Don't be discouraged by this, try and experience for yourself,...
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    Re: Typewriter Emulation Sounds - Q10 Like

    I'm also looking for this. I love the idea of having an audio feedback of what I have typed.

    Does anyone know a solution for this?
  5. Re: Posts waiting for approval should still be available to the user who submits

    Thanks for your reply. I will put this on the back of my mind.

    Is it possible to recover my submited post? I lost my backup copy. Thanks.
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    Up. Out of curiosity. Thanks.
  7. Posts waiting for approval should still be available to the user who submits

    Greetings everyone.

    I recently submited a thread in the tutorials section. This is a moderated area and, of course, the threads have to be approved by the moderators. But while I'm waiting, I...
  8. howto "blind type" on Ubuntu; or just an interesting use of vbetool

    how to turn off your screen regardless of what you do on the keyboard or mouse

    Why?

    Well, for several reasons.


    Because you want to practice your typing skills.
    Because you need to type...
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    Re: Novel Writing Software for Linux - FOUND!

    Plume creator is on the right track. From all I tested, it's the one that got me more excited.

    I hope the creator keeps developing it, because the work so far is great.
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    Re: Create your own personal keyboard layout

    Ah, I see you are trying to make the file to show on the GUI keyboard selection tool. My howto is to define the keymap directly, with no other selection. I know very little about the steps to take in...
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    Re: Create your own personal keyboard layout

    Step 1 and 2 are correct, but 3 is not.

    3) Edit the file
    /etc/default/keyboard

    XKBMODEL="pc105"
    XKBLAYOUT="your_keyboard_file_as_it_appears_on_the_symbols_directory"
    XKBVARIANT="" ...
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    Re: Create your own personal keyboard layout

    I recently redid my layout in order to acommodate my new needs for symbols. While I did that, I noticed that some things had changed in the process.

    I send you here my new pt file as reference....
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    Re: Create your own personal keyboard layout

    I won't be home till a little later so I can't look at this properly right now. But I'll try to find a solution for you. Sorry for that.
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    Re: Create your own personal keyboard layout

    Can you explain in detail all the steps you took?

    Tell us what files you edited, how you edited them, what changes you did; basically, all the information you think that might help us in undoing...
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    Re: Create your own personal keyboard layout

    You have to check the characters codes for the characters you want in some kind of source. I suggest checking the here:

    http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/search.htm

    Then you have to...
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    Re: Create your own personal keyboard layout

    I have created a new keyboard layout (my flavour, full of useful unicode symbols I need) based on the symbols/pt file using simosx's Keyboard Layout Editor. I'm very pleased with the result.

    The...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: How to get Libre Office to use default theme

    I'm glad I've found this thread. Thanks for the tip. Having a prettier LibreOffice is not a necessary condition for a good work output, but it sure helps.
  18. [lubuntu] Re: Vertical lxpanel creates offset gap from menu

    I've found a solution for the menu gap problem. It's simple, though it takes a bit of work.

    If you have the panel on the left, put it somewhere else. Then add a new panel, put it on the left and...
  19. [lubuntu] Re: Vertical lxpanel creates offset gap from menu

    If I use lxpanel on the right, everything is good. Weird.
    Too bad I want it on the left.

    http://i.imgur.com/WM2k2.png
  20. [lubuntu] Re: Vertical lxpanel creates offset gap from menu

    Yes, I had to. When changing position, the panel assumed a huge width. I'm using it at 24pix width, but the gap is at 45 pix (measured it by enhancing the size of the panel).

    Another thing that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 3 finger tap not working

    Same problem on Lubuntu Oneiric, kernel 3.0.0-15-generic. It still stands, unfortunately.
  22. [lubuntu] Vertical lxpanel creates offset gap from menu

    I'm using lxpanel placed vertically on the left side of the screen and whenever I press the menu icon, the subsequent menu is placed with a gap from the panel.

    You can check the effect here:...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Three-Finger Tap on Touchpad Broken 11.10...

    I also have this problem. I'm running Lubuntu Oneiric with 3.0.0-15-generic kernel on a eeepc 1000HE (elantech touchpad).

    I have tried many suggestions but I can't seem to get the 3 finger...
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    [other] Re: Openbox compositing?

    Thanks so much for this brief but very insightful explanation. This is exactly what I was looking for my new Lubuntu.
  25. [SOLVED] Re: Disable password after resume from suspend in Oneiric

    Another satisfied customer. Thanks a lot.
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