This simple tutorial is going to show you an indicator applet which collects recent messages sent with libnotify to a notification daemon and displays recent notifications in system tray area.
Install Recent Notifications indicator in Ubuntu 12.04 & 11.10:
To get this indicator, hit Ctrl+Alt+T to open a terminal window, copy and paste this command into terminal and hit enter to add PPA:
First of all, open up a terminal window for commands:
1.) To clear recent documents, use:
2.) To prevent new items from being created, use:
echo -n > ~/.recently-used.xbel
sudo chattr +i .recently-used.xbel
If you change your mind, use this to restore:
sudo chattr -i .recently-used.xbel
Thanks to multifo from ubuntuforums.org.
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