I'm using E17 under Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, and so far I like it, but I want the Shelf/Dockthing to be as long as the screen and thinner. How can I do this? I've seen it in screenshots, so I know it can be done.
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So right now my ITX case is where my large tower use to be, but it's like half the height so I have to prop it up on the box it came in so I can easily use USB ports or push the power button. Not very flattering. I'm looking to find some sort of stand or shelf that I can use to put it in instead.
Hello guys. 30 miles away is a town with a guy selling a shop shelf. Well original it was a server cab. Now what you guys think about this. I notice I cant see it clearly post with holes for servers. I have a Dell 1850. Atleast it has shelf I can stack it on top.
How do I put my window to original size?
I went to compiz and enabled SHELF.
Now I don't know how to make my window to its original size.
The reset bottom says "DISABLED". I dont know what button is that!! '
Can someone please help!
Thank you in advance!!
This is a simple guide on how to enable whole screen zoom in and scale windows down feature in Ubuntu. They are “enhanced zoom desktop” and “shelf” plugins for Compiz.
The Enhanced Zoom Desktop plugin allows the whole screen to be zoomed in for improved legibility.
The KDE Plasma Shelf widget is a versatile tool that will hopefully bring some order to your chaotic life. At the very least, it will give your Linux desktop the appearance of organization, and that will put you step ahead of most others.