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Indeed normally you can disable all notifications, it allows to be focused on these tasks. As you can tell @bo-rislav you can do this with the notification bell menu at the top right : if you want to disable application sounds not listed in the list of Notifications Settings... you can. At the end of the list you will have OTHER If you only want to ...


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Usually the settings that you decribe works to stop notifications, but can you try also from the top panel udner the bell icon to set Do not disturb also to see if there is any change?


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Install "dconf editor" Change property value of: Desktop > ibus > panel > auto-hide-timeout


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I do not think there is a setting for notifications' duration, but you can disable them on a per-app basis. Go to System Settings -> Notifications -> click Mail in the left pane -> disable Bubbles.


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