Dušan Gvozdenović
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How can I clean the system from unnecessary files?
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Remove packages that were automatically installed to satisfy dependencies for some package and that are no more needed: sudo apt-get autoremove Clear out the local repository of retrieved package ...

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I created an app launcher in Midori. How can I delete it?
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6 votes

A launcher is basically a .desktop file which you can find in ~/.local/share/applications/. Just delete it and the launcher is gone. (/usr/share/applications/ contains launchers of other applications ...

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Wine opens "Wine application loader" instead of Microsoft Word
4 votes

If you have problems with starting MS Office with wine (silent crashes, etc.) then you might be missing some libraries (.dll) or you haven't properly installed it (You can install most of them through ...

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Template for a "About" dialog for an Elementary OS application
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4 votes

I believe that you are looking for Granite.Widgets.AboutDialog. You can find everything about it here : Valadoc Granite.Widgets.AboutDialog If you can't recognize a widget in a particular ...

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Android Studio Blurry Second Icon on Plank
3 votes

Do you have it's .desktop file installed in /usr/share/applications/ or ~/.local/share/applications? If you do, add StartupWMClass=jetbrains-studio to it, it should work then.

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Change application switcher
1 votes

You can tweak that behaviour with elementary tweaks or dconf-editor in /org/pantheon/desktop/gala/animations/. Edit #1: Well, some of them, not sure about alt+ tab fade animations. Edit #2: This ...

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File manager doesn't mount NTFS partitions
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If you are using Windows 8 and later, you might be experiencing problems like that if you didn't shut down Windows correctly. Anyhow, try this: 1) find your partition with sudo fdisk -l under device ...

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How can I set my keyboard layout up similar to macOS?
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How about remapping the keys? xmodmap should do the trick there. Assuming that your command button is replaced with meta (I can't help you there, I don't own a Mac) this should work for you: xmodmap ...

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Add 'GRADLE_HOME/bin' to PATH
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You can put it in /etc/environment (it will work for every user) or in your .bashrc file (variable would be valid only through bash) located in your home directory.

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