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I see the same issue with Multi-Tasking view. Instead I have configured a hot corner to "Show All Windows" and it works beautifully across 2 monitors: Applications -> System Tools -> System Settings -> Desktop -> Hot corners


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Well, currently you cannot change these icons' size - they are adjusted automatically. However, if you're interested in this feature, you might consider to open a bug report on launchpad. The Multitasking View is part of Gala, the window manager used by elementary OS.


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Sadly, this is not possible under elementary OS. You could file a feature request; however, keep in mind that developers might want to keep it clean.


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Same problem with me, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050, using the latest 384.98 Nvidia Driver. The problem disappears if I switch the driver to use the "Power Saving Mode" which disables the Nvidia GPU and uses the Intel one instead - the return from suspend is much faster and there are no visual defects like the ones on the picture above. It looks like a problem ...


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EDIT: running dbus-send --session --dest=org.pantheon.gala --print-reply /org/pantheon/gala org.pantheon.gala.PerformAction int32:1 in Terminal issues the same dissatisfactory result. EDIT: pressing WinKey + ➡ does not shift the view to new WorkSpace This sounds like a bug encountered a while ago, where elementary could not determine the primary ...


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I've noticed that who encountered this problem is italian (including me) and thinking about it I've figured out how to solve the problem! Editing the file (with sudo): /usr/share/applications/gala-multitaskingview.desktop and replacing the row Icon[it]=vista-multitasking with Icon[it]=multitasking-view solved the problem! Ho notato che tutti noi che ...


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Working fine for me on Juno 5.0. Just changed key codes: gesture swipe down 3 xdotool key super+Down gesture swipe right 3 xdotool key super+Left gesture swipe left 3 xdotool key super+Right


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This is not possible as long as the windows are not closed but only minimized. As a workaround, you can put these windows you do not want to see among the other to another workspace so they do not show up in the overview on your primary workspace…


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After lots and lots of digging, I found the answer — for me, at least! I hope this helps someone else who became addicted to the ease of use brought by combining Mac OS's Exposé and a five-buttoned mouse... Firstly, I set up xbindkeys using the information here: https://askubuntu.com/a/246849/777016 Specifically, I ran: sudo apt-get install xbindkeys ...


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I have a trackpad with a large middle click zone. Accidentally closing windows is the worst. So, I disabled middle click in terminal: xmodmap -e "pointer = 1 99 3 4 5 6 7 8 9" This takes effect immediately. Then if I start using a mouse, where again I want middle click to work, I run the reverse command: xmodmap -e "pointer = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9" You ...


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