Source: Cover Thumbnailer is a tool to get Nautilus, Nemo, Caja and Thunar file managers to show folder thumbnails for music and image folders.
Some Linux distros that use DE like GNOME or XFCE the file manager, and file dialogues display files interwoven with folders, instead of sorting folders before files. Here’s how to change that configuration… Source: https://gexperts.com/wp/gnome-3-12-filesnautilus-sort-folders-before-files-issues/
Ubuntu’s sound menu contains Rhythmbox by default. Any other media players you install will also appear in the menu, assuming they support the MPRIS2 specification. You can hide media players in the menu or add any application you like. Source: … Continued
Currently there is no “always on top” button for windows on XFCE Desktop Enviroment, there is a option to make the window always on top but only accessible through a window menu. Such button is on a wish list for … Continued
If you have clock displayed with a vertical text orientation while the panel is vertical XFCE4, here is a way to make clock horizontal too. Source: Get horizontal clock orientation in vertical panel in XFCE4 – Winaero
I recently stumbled on an issue with Dropbox and the Ubuntu flavors that support AppIndicators (except Unity), like Xubuntu and Lubuntu: the Dropbox AppIndicator icon shows up as broken and the menu doesn’t work. This isn’t a new issue though … Continued
So after a few weeks my wife had her first problem with the XFCE desktop, she came to me with a very strange problem… somehow the window borders on all XFCE desktop were gone !!!?!?!
Here we go… some days ago, while on a local technical assistance on a client’s desktop, he casually told me that he was going to retire is old Toshiba Satellite that he bought with the Portuguese educational program e-Escola due … Continued
My wife was going crazy about the slowness of her 3 year laptop with Windows XP, so we’ve decided to install Linux. So 1st I needed to make some harddisk space for linux since XP was occupying the whole disk.
Today I’ve reached another milestone in my life… After having my first computer (a ZX Spectrum 48k) at age 9, and beeing an IT professional since 1997, I’ve finally reached technology freedom!