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You can trigger this through dbus: dbus-send --session --dest=org.pantheon.gala --print-reply /org/pantheon/gala org.pantheon.gala.PerformAction int32:1. This is how the .desktop file opens the multitasking view (https://github.com/elementary/gala/blob/master/data/gala-multitaskingview.desktop.in).


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Probably there is a command from terminal without extra packages, but if you install xdotool you can run terminal commands to emulate keyboard shortcuts. You can install it by sudo apt install xdotool and if you didn't change the default keyboard shortcut for Multytask View you can launch it from terminal (or a custom script) by xdotool key super+s. Using ...


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Most of the applications can be removed from the Dock by just click and drag outside of the Dock, but for some of them this do not work. Usualy when you right click (or tap with two fingers if you use a trackpad) over any icon on the dock - there is an option that says keep in Dock. Uncheck it and this should remove the app or folder from the Dock. If none ...


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There is an option only to disable transparency at all (System settings > Desktop > Appearance > Pannel translucensy) but not to make it transparent when there is a maximized application.


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