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Run these commands in a terminal will reverse the permission changes: cd /usr/share/fonts sudo find -type d -name '*' -exec chmod 755 {} \; sudo find -type f -name '*' -exec chmod 644 {} \; The first command makes sure you are in the right folder. The second command changes the permissions of all the folders. The third command changes the permissions of all ...


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Maybe Code is overriding Files' association to open folders (inode/directory)? Yes, that is the case. Both have an association with inode/directory in their .desktop file. Somehow Code's association gets priority (my guess is either it goes to the most recently updated application or the one with the name in the earliest alphanumerical order). This can be ...


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You should see a progress bar in the icon in the dock? There are some known bugs in the progress window at the moment e.g. see https://github.com/elementary/files/issues/1275 and https://github.com/elementary/files/issues/1050. I find that after some file transfers, the operation is not properly cleaned up (e.g. the progress bar in the plank icon may ...


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Use terminal and type: sudo apt remove --purge nameoftheapp For example: sudo apt remove --purge nautilus sudo apt remove --purge cinnamon


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