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  1. [xfce] Re: Changing window button icon size on xfce4-panel

    Thanks black veils. That doesn't seem to change the size of the icons though.

    This is what I'm trying to do:

    http://i.imgur.com/Le5qm.png
  2. [xfce] Changing window button icon size on xfce4-panel

    I'm trying to increase the size of Window Button icons in xfce 4.8's panel.

    I tried adding the following to ~/.gtkrc-2.0:



    style "xfce-tasklist-style"
    {
    XfceTasklist::max-button-size = 70...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Two sounds, one computer

    bump
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Install with full disk encryption on multiple drives?

    I'm also interested in this question.
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Cinema Display brightness control for Dell laptop

    I'm considering the same thing and it would be great to know how hard it is to adjust the brightness.
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    [ubuntu] Two sounds, one computer

    Is it possible to play two different sounds, with each sound playing from a different source, at the same time? For example, can I watch a movie with bluetooth headphones, while another person...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: How to close Terminal Window automatically after shell script from cron exits

    I had the same problem. Add "&& exit" to your cron command instead of just "exit" and it should work.
  8. Re: How to close a terminal with a python script?

    Thanks for everyone's suggestions. I've found a very trivial solution. Add "&& exit" to the cron command.
  9. Re: How to close a terminal with a python script?

    Thanks kaivalagi; unfortunately no luck.

    After some more searching, I've found someone with the same problem here. No solution though.
  10. Re: How to close a terminal with a python script?

    Thanks for the help Cammy :)

    I've just tried that. It closes every terminal that may be open though, so it's not ideal. Is there a way to only close one terminal?
  11. How to close a terminal with a python script?

    I'm using cron to run the command


    The script runs OK, but it leaves a terminal open with message


    I would prefer not having an useless terminal stay open.

    1. What can I add to the python...
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