Is it possible to have no 'active window' border when using the fullscreen tiling mode? I find it annoying when watching a movie or other video, as I get a bright border around the screen. It's also useless in fullscreen mode in general. Could anyone help me out?Thanks!
I am using startx (F17) to load chrome fullscreen when the system boots up. But the "x" cursor just sits in the middle of the screen. I have tried using unclutter but it seems to be ignoring it (unclutter works when I load firefox fullscreen).
Is there another way to make the cursor dissappear on load or at least move it off screen?
I've managed to get YouTube Flash videos fullscreen by using two tips, but whenever I move the mouse pointer to a different screen (thereby changing the application focus) the fullscreen mode is canceled. Is there some way to ensure that only application focus changes on the same screen cancels the fullscreen mode?
Whenever I go fullscreen on a youtube video, there is a moment of static, then the controls continuously jump all over the screen, and it seems like the player is trying to center the video between both monitors (I have a two monitor system).
Never had any problems watching full screen flash videos with my dual monitor setup (same hardware) in 11.10 or 10.04.
would really like to get this working, im trying to play a fullscreen game in gnome-shell, but i cant alt-tab out, also when the game is fullscreen, i still have the activity bar showing at the top. when i alt tab to do something else the cursor and in game cursor do not match up again and the game does not go back to fullscreen. is there a way in gnome-shell i can use a script to laun
Last week I installed Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS 64 Bit on my DELL Studio 1555 laptop. Everything seemed to work perfectly out of the box, including wifi and bluetooth. 3d acceleration, however was quite slow using the open source radeon drivers. So I installed the catalyst driver and 3d acceleration was working just fine.
I am having a problem with fullscreen video in Ubuntu 12.04. I am ok when it is a smaller window but oncew it's fullscreen or maximized, the video framerate gets choppy and freezes. it will then jump ahead to sync with the audio.
I've tried VLC and the stock Video player.
I have a dell Optiplex 320. ATI Radeon® Xpress 1100, Intel Pentium D, 2 GB RAM.