Questions about: launcher

Hi,I'm having trouble removing icons from GNOME's launcher. Tried to get used to UNITY, but no luck with it. I want to go back using GNOME (2/fallback session)
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I figured out a way to eliminate duplicate app icons from LaunchPad! Here's how to do it: 1. Put both (duplicate) icons side by side. You don't have to do this, but it makes it easier to see
Getting the program to show up in the search seems to be difficult at best, which I'm sure will get better as Gnome3 matures and progresses. (The state of Gnome3 right now will certainly not be the same in a month. ) In order to add an application as
Currently there is no way of disabling it (Please read the end of the answer for more). The idea behind this was for cases where you needed to open not 2 Firefox Windows, or 4, but 10 or 20. Now imagine having the Unity Launcher with the common icons
In the file /usr/share/unity-2d/shell/Shell. qml, and can be edited with the command gksudo gedit /usr/share/unity-2d/shell/Shell. qml The way to remove the remnant bar that was floating there was to set: LauncherLoader { id: launcherLoader anchors
This question already has an answer here: How can I create launchers on my desktop? 17 answers To create Desktop shortcuts in Ubuntu,gnome-panel package is required first. Open Terminal. To open terminal click the Dash home from Unity launcher
The applications launchers Gnome knows about are . desktop files in /usr/share/applications, and ~/. local/share/applications
Ubuntu 14. 04 LTS 64-bit: I used to get an icon for my portable drive on insertion. I have accidentally lost this by clicking on 'Unlock from Launcher' instead of 'Eject'
Just as a follow up to this thread for the benefit of anyone else who might come across it in the future:1. Creating the launcher for "compiz --replace" DOES re-enable Compiz within Unity 2D, but it does not activate the 3D version. So while I'm stuc