Delete web application desktop entries added by Chrome
to get rid of all web application entries, open a terminal session and run
to delete only a few of them, you'll have to take a look inside of each file and delete only the ones you want get rid of.
Hide a desktop entry of a system application
if you ...
The closest I have found is montage from image magik. It's not quite what you want, and you may have already seen it and decided it won't work.
First, install imagemagik:
sudo apt-get install imagemagick
then we will use the montage command:
montage *.jpg -tile 5x -geometry 200x+10+0 montage.jpg
and it gives an output like this:
Click for a bigger ...
The .desktop file for nautilus by default shows only when the desktop environment is Unity or Gnome.
To show Nautilus on slingshot you'll need to edit the desktop entry.
Edit the file /usr/share/applications/nautilus.desktop with this command:
sudo -H scratch-text-editor /usr/share/applications/nautilus.desktop
And then change the line OnlyShowIn=GNOME;...
It’s a bit hidden, but you can remove added web apps in Epiphany itself. In the location entry at the top, type about:applications and hit Enter. You should see a screen like this. Find the installed web app you'd like to remove, and hit its Delete button.
We've reported an issue upstream in Epiphany itself to hopefully make this process more discoverable.
You can install .deb files with apt in terminal with...
sudo apt install ./filename.deb
So in the folder of your .deb file open a terminal with mouse right click.
Open in > Terminal and use this command above.
i think if you want you can, since loki is built on ubuntu 16.04 first install snapd
sudo apt install snapd
then install snap applications normally.
For example to install a simple app just run sudo snap install hello to see the installed app use snap list to run an installed app use snap run hello
if you need to know more how to manage and install ...
Thanks to @magicalex over on Ask Ubuntu, I have found something pretty close to what I was looking for. Sometimes it can crop the images slightly but you can click regenerate to try another arrangement. You can also swap images around by clicking them.
You can download it here
I'm not sure what caused this on your system, but it looks like you've set the icon size to something enormous, try scaling down the icons by putting your mouse over the plank and using [ctrl] + [scrollwheel].
if that doesn't work try entering plank --preferences into slingshot or a terminal and tweaking the settings yourself: the two you'll be interested ...
In the top right, click the Chrome menu
In the "Default browser" section, click Make Google Chrome the default browser.
If you don't see the button, Google Chrome is already your default browser. later try to restart your computer and go to System configuration > Aplications and check if the Chrome Browser appear in the list:
Snaps are not supported in the AppCenter but you can install Snaptastic. Snaptastic will manage Snaps, including updates, installation and removal.
Snaptastic is found in the AppCenter.
Software sources are not by default managed by AppCenter but you can install Software and Sources in the AppCenter. This is the other half of ubuntu ...
I found the workaround here:
It crashes on startup if an NTFS partition is mounted.
I unmounted all network shares and it doesn't crash on startup for me anymore.
I've heard of similar issues with Snap apps off and on. One easy alternative is to use Flatpak apps from Flathub when apps exist in both places.
To install an app from Flathub:
Visit the app's page on Flathub
Click the Install button on the web page
Depending on your browser, Sideload may open automatically. If not, choose to open the downloaded file with ...
You are adding the stack to the window:
You are then constructing an object called grid that you're packing the StackSidebar into, but then the grid doesn't get added to the window.
So you probably need add (grid) instead.
You seem to be missing one last step, actually calling the function that is supposed to save the new values in the gsettings schema. To do this, you need to connect the delete_event signal to your before_destroy () function. I like to place that right before calling show_all ():
Also, the before_destroy () function must return false for the window to ...
I can confirm that both Opera and Libre install just fine. I can also confirm that some apps do not show their proper icon when first installed and the install was not made via the appcenter, however after you do a reboot you will see the proper icon in the application menu for your apps.
To install Opera I downloaded the .deb file from their website and ...
Replace hera to bionic in the next files:
Use the following command to automate this process:
find /etc/apt -type f -print0 | sudo xargs -0 sed -i 's/hera/bionic/g'
The option of custom columns and rows is removed from the slingshot - that's why it is not in dconf editor neighter elementary-tweaks anymore. There are few closed issues on that into github and the new ones appear, but the team is working on another approach wich do not include these keys anymore.
The only way I know to achieve this functionality now is ...
I hate when my apps doesn't show up in the launcher too 😒😒
I think AppEditor can solve your problems, it's a great app for editing our launcher/slingshot entries. Link: AppEditor
I will try to show you a practical example, hope it can help.
Goal: Create an icon to launch the Python Interpreter. As you can see I have no Python Interpreter in my ...
I use Remina ever day for work, and I have experienced this bug on occasion. What helps for me at least is to delete the connection, and then re-do it, and the bug should stay gone. I've only had it happen once or twice in the last few months.
And to make you feel better, I think it's a Remina bug, because this used to happen to me back when I used Xubuntu ...
Last Sunday I installed elementary OS on my wife's laptop and I noticed that too. But in my case, I just needed to wait 2 minutes and after that every time I opened AppCenter it showed me all their apps. I think it was downloading some information to show, first.
I know this is a couple of years old but. I had the same issue in Ubuntu and found this solution. After setting this up (I had to install gsconnect to connect my phone to gnome which I had done anyways). Installing Geoclue Share on my phone made gnome maps magically just start working.
The app center does not handle deb packages. This is what I did and it works for me. I installed GDebi Package Installer(Cardboard box one) from the App Center. Which allowed me to install deb packages, but it removed my files manager so I went and installed another files manager called "Files" but in the description it will say its "Nautilus, also known as ...
Seeing that elementary is a ubuntu based distribution, according to:
The current calligra release is unstable on it.
Also it would require a lot of KDE environment dependencies.
perhaps Create a Virtual machine of Elementary and then follow the above install guide and see if it breaks before you try it on ...