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  1. Re: PDF Looks/prints great on Windows, but is wrong on Ubuntu

    If you don't want the yellow, you could open the PDF in Gimp and change any yellow to white. Then export back to png or pdf. Would that be an acceptable fix? My result attached as proof:

  2. Re: PDF Looks/prints great on Windows, but is wrong on Ubuntu

    Please supply a link to the actual PDF file.
  3. Re: Two Linux (Linux-learner) Backup-computer partitioning...

    Two suggestions for when you feel like a little light reading:
    LVM Demystified
    Ubuntu LVM Guide Part 1
    These were the first two articles I read on LVM. Enough here to attempt one's first LVM...
  4. Re: Two Linux (Linux-learner) Backup-computer partitioning...

    Good Article - thanks. I'm keeping it.

    Manjaro Forum - I have only made a few posts there in the past - all were questions about Manjaro - really nothing to see. It's overflowing with expert help...
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    Re: Lockscreen Customization 20.04

    You can change the background image from: Tweaks > Appearance > Lock Screen > Image
  6. Re: Two Linux (Linux-learner) Backup-computer partitioning...

    Welcome back, Mike Krall. I recognized your user name. You had a previous enormous 43-page thread with 426 posts on custom grub menus and multi-booting, even using separate data partition, back in...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu Software Store Missing Apps?

    If the icon for the application is named "Ubuntu Software" it's a snap package. You might have better luck with the Ubuntu repository package instead (named "Software").

    First, remove "Ubuntu...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Gimp permissions issues

    As to user access, I believe you are limited to home folder, /media/<user-name> and /mnt by design. You can see the available plugs an installed snap has (both connected and unconnected) by running:...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Gimp permissions issues

    Too late now, but in case another user finds this information useful:

    You could have fixed the permissions on the snap (assuming that's what you had) by this command:

    dmn@Tyana-vm:~$ snap...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Evince for editing PDF files

    Evince: You can add annotations (an icon that opens a note in a separate small window), and add highlighting to text, but you can't change existing content.
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    Re: Getting Ubuntu installed

    You could use Ubuntu MATE 18.04 which has a 32-bit version download here:
  12. [SOLVED] Re: What FREE programs are good for making diagrams on Ubuntu?

    I have used Inkscape for genealogy charts, flow charts, organizational diagrams.
  13. [ubuntu_mate] Re: Firmware install, Ubuntu-Mate 20.04 ,Flatpak

    Looking at Firmware (gnome-firmware), if you select device on first window then click on 'Show Releases', the next screen allows selection of a specific firmware version, and the 'Install Upgrade'...
  14. [SOLVED] Re: Can't change cursor theme in non-GTK windows

    You may need to change the default cursor to your new theme. Follow these steps in Getting Cursor to Work Everywhere:

    First, the cursor theme folder must be located in /usr/share/icons. Copy it...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Upgrading to 20.04: Cannot create space

    Upgrades need some working space in your root partition. Besides cleaning out files as suggested by the message, you may also need to increase size of your partition (or LV) when your root is close...
  16. [SOLVED] Re: do snaps change what any terminal commands do?

    New command:
    The snap command is for managing snap packages. There are many options:

    mn@Sydney:~$ snap --help
    The snap command lets you install, configure, refresh and remove snaps.
    Snaps are...
  17. [SOLVED] Re: gnome-shell extensions connector not working

    Snap browsers (Chromium and Firefox) cannot use the gnome-shell integration. I imagine it's part of the security design? You can use the standard Firefox (repository version installed with the OS) to...
  18. [SOLVED] Re: Installing gnome-shell extensions in 20.04?

    If you open the new Extensions application for managing extensions, the directions for installing are to use the extensions web site (see attached notice). Once installed, you can manage from the...
  19. Sticky:Poll: Re: Share with us your Focal installation/Upgrade Experience

    Right. I'm aware of this concurrent sharing problem, but I only run one VM at a time.
  20. Sticky:Poll: Re: Share with us your Focal installation/Upgrade Experience

    15 days after the release date, my Ubuntu 19.10 Virtual Machine's Software Updater informed me that a new release was available. Before accepting the invitation, I made sure the system was up to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Remove the leftover icons

    Use the "Thread Tools" just above your post #1.
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    [ubuntu_mate] Re: How make Mate 20 look like Mate 16?

    There are fundamental differences that you can't overcome stemming from the fact that Ubuntu Mate 16.04 was based on gtk2 while 20.04 is based on gtk3, so the panel and many MATE packages have been...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Remove the leftover icons

    In your terminal, give the command:

    snap remove snap-store
    That should make the "Ubuntu Software" go away.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Remove the leftover icons

    How do you know it's a leftover? Did you have the snap-store snap package installed? It would now be named "Ubuntu Software" instead of "Snap Store". What does the icon open?
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    Re: From Transparent to Solid theme.

    Transparency is set in the rgba color code. Look for rgba(a,b,c,t) throughout the file you displayed. 't' is the transparency value in the range 0 ≤ t ≤ 1.
    0 = completely transparent, 1 = no...
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