See if adding -hold to the urxvt command helpsman urxvt wrote: -hold|+hold Turn on/off hold window after exit support. If enabled, urxvt will not immediately destroy its window when the program executed within it exits.
When I try to answer a call when I'm already in a call this pop up window come up. It askes me if I want to end the current call or place it on hold. It's especially annoying when I'm driving. Swiping the screen is already confirming I want to accept the call, why do I have to double confirm. The pop up box is so small and when I have my phone mounted it's hard to aim the selection.
When I'm in a virtual console, hold Alt and press ← or →, the virtual ttys cycle. This is really annoying as I'm using fish-shell which also uses this key combo. I could remap fish's short cuts, but I don't want to. Instead I want to disable the linux function or remap it.
How can I disable or change the tty-cycling-key-combo?
I have GNOME 3 in Ubuntu 13.04 and it's working great.
Only problem is if I hold my mouse at bottom of the screen for a few seconds it comes up with a menu that shows usb sticks/sd cards and says "removable devices" this is really annoying.
How do I disable this? Couldn't find anything on it, thanks.
Since an update to a few things my keys are acting funny, they worked regularly before that. If I hold down a key it only act like I pressed the key once, i.e. if I hold backspace it only backspaces one and if I hold the down key it only goes down one instead of scrolling.
Does anyone know how sites hold massive numbers of pictures in general? I tried researching this, but it seems like they would need massive storage spaces to hold all these, unless there was a trick to it? I'm sure they compress them, but thats still a huge amount of data to hold for one site.