Ubuntu :: Get A Different Wallpaper For Each Workspace?

Mar 9, 2011

how to get a different wallpaper for each workspace?

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Ubuntu :: Different Wallpaper For Each Workspace?

Mar 17, 2010

I am using Ubuntu 8.10... Is there a way to keep a separate wallpaper for each workspace?

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General :: Different Wallpaper For Each My Workspace?

Jan 20, 2011

Can I set up a different wallpaper for each my workspace?
I have now 4 workspace in ubuntu 10.10

and also I want to know how to check the time that how long I am using my computer,means the boot up/starting time till now,how much time is passed since I have started my computer.

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Debian Multimedia :: Set Each Workspace With Different Wallpaper?

Apr 1, 2010

Debian 5.04 32bits

How to set each workspace with different wallpaper?

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Fedora :: Set A Desktop Wallpaper - Tweak To Set For Every Other Workspace?

Feb 5, 2009

once that you set a desktop wallpaper its the same for all the workspaces. now how to tweak that so that i can set a different wallpaper for every other workspace?

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Ubuntu :: Applications Jump From Their Workspace To The Current Workspace

Jul 20, 2011

I believe I may have found a bug in Unity. Under the right circumstances an application will jump from the workspace where I left them to my current workspace. This is most noticeable with VirtualBox. I built an Ubuntu 11.04 virtual machine so that I could test out new packages before I push them out to the rest of my machines. But the window for the virtual machine constantly appears in my current workspace. It may take a few minutes, or 30 minutes, but it will happen.

I can kind of understand it if a new window appears, but at least with VirtualBox, this happens on a running virtual machine seemingly randomly.

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Ubuntu :: Way To Setup Each Workspace To Have Different Icons On Each Workspace

Nov 13, 2010

Running Ubuntu 10.04 64bit.Is there a way to setup each workspace to have different icons on each workspace. Example:

Workspace 1 = Internet icon stuff (IM, Browsers, Etc...)
Workspace 2 = Multimedia icons (Video Editors, Music Clients)

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Ubuntu :: Workspace Rows Without Workspace Switcher?

Mar 31, 2011

Is there any way to have workspaces on multiple rows without the workspace switcher added to a panel? I have limited screen space so i want to try and remove any unnecessary items. I have tried using a drawer, but the workspace application is not loaded until the drawer is opened once. Also note I am not running compiz as the computer is a netbook.

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Ubuntu :: Having A Different Workspace Per Monitor?

May 3, 2010

Is it possible to have a different workspace per monitor? At the moment I am using open-source ATI drivers and configures the dual monitors under the display section. x-tile doesn't really work properly with dual screens and I wondered if a different workspace per monitor might help? Either way I'd still like a different workspace per monitor and it is more handy. I can't be bothered with pinning eclipse to each workspace, but that is a workaround. I might go back to xmonad but I can't use it when gnome-shell is shipped in 10.10

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Ubuntu :: Bind App To Workspace

May 15, 2010

How can I make an app that I open always open on the same workspace? For example, if I want calculator to always open on workspace 2, how can I do that?

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Ubuntu :: Bug In Workspace Switcher

Nov 11, 2010

Maverick 10.10

I believe these are bugs or omissions.

When using the Workspace switcher you can no longer drag an application from one screen (workspace) to another. I like to use 8 different screens to avoid clutter.

You also were allowed on the Preferences menu to change the default name of the workspace from "workspace 1" to just "1".

Before Maverick you could hover the mouse over a workspace and the name would appear. Now the only things that appears is workspace 1 without regard for whatever workspace you are on.

To me an omission of a necessary or important feature is a Bug. If this was done by design than it is a design bug.

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Ubuntu :: How To Set A Default Workspace

Jan 27, 2011

As the caption says I wonder If there's a way to set a default workspace, I mean for when I boot my PC to be in a determined workspace.

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Ubuntu :: Possible To Set Different Wallpapers For Each Workspace?

Apr 25, 2011

I'm running Ubuntu 10.10 is this possible?
Is it possible to set a different wallpaper for each workspace?

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Ubuntu :: Is It Possible To Make Each Workspace Unique In KDE?

Mar 26, 2010

I mean can I set up different Icons on the desktop of each workspace in KDE? Seems that a mirror image of each workspace is a waste.What do I need four identical workspaces for?I want 4,5, or 6 different ones for different types of tasks.No I don't care so much about wall paper.

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Ubuntu :: Open A Window In A Particular Workspace?

May 9, 2010

I want to run Evolution at starup, but want to place it out of the way on the opposite side of the Compiz cube. In KDE, you can run a command like this:


kstart --desktop 3 evolution

Is there an equivalent for GNOME/Compiz? I would preferably like to avoid using anything like Devilspie.

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Ubuntu :: Setting Each Workspace A Different Background?

Oct 6, 2010

Setting each workspace a different background?

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Ubuntu :: How To Change Workspace In Fullscreen

Oct 7, 2010

I am not able to click CTRL+ALT+Left/Right when I'm playing games in full-screen.

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Ubuntu :: Moving Window To Another Workspace

Jan 11, 2011

When I move a window from one workspace to another, the window position relative to the workspace does not stay the same. It ends up being lower by what appears to be the height of the top panel bar. It's as if the position is calculated by adding the panel bar height, without having first subtracted the panel bar height in the current workspace to make it consistent.

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Ubuntu :: Switch To A Workspace From Termnial?

Jan 19, 2011

how to switch to a workspace from the terminal? This may seem incredibly silly and may last less than a day in my virtualbox I use for web development, but I want to create a couple Desktop "launchers" to specific workspaces that I can resize the icon big on the desktop.

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Ubuntu :: How To Change Workspace Switcher

Apr 30, 2011

How to i change my workspace switcher in Gnome 3

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Ubuntu :: Old Workspace Switcher On Unity?

May 2, 2011

I've been using Natty(unity as desktop) since the beta now and it is really growing on me except for the workspaces. Is there a way to see what workspace I am on? *When typing I usually switch with ctrl-alt-"left/right/up/down" but after some work i don't always know what desktop i am one so switching is usually trial and error jumping from desktop to desktop or pressing super-s to get an overview. Seeing which desktop I'm on (maybe in the unity workspace button) would help with that.

*When just using the mouse I used to click on the workspace launcher and I would be on the desktop of my choice in one click but now I need to click on the switcher, identify where I am and where I need to go and it breaks the flow of fast switching, its no advantage anymore compared to just opening all programs on 1 workspace and using super-w I guess there are upcoming changes on the switcher as unity is still in its infancy so is there a way to put the old switcher in the top panel again?

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Ubuntu :: Plasma Workspace Crash After Login?

Feb 3, 2010

I have just did some recent updates and when i did that, i wanted to have the full effect of the updates.Once i restarted, It came up with a black screen, had a couple of windows open(because i had them open before.) All i can do is enter windows, I am on Kubuntu 9.10. There is some blocked updates and one is Kubuntu-Desktop. But i can't get it.

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Ubuntu :: Compiz Drag Program To Next Workspace?

Apr 27, 2010

Just installed most recent 64-bit Lucid RC last night and after fiddling around through Compiz, I cannot figure out how to drag an open program over to the next desktop workspace.
I use 4-workspaces (4x1) and while running 9.10, I could grab the title bar of an open program and drag it from workspace 1 to 2 or 3.
Now I can right click the title bar then move to another workspace or drag the program halfway into the next work space '2', then click over to workspace '2' and complete the move. But I would like to be able to completely drag it over again.
How is this accomplished?

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Ubuntu :: Move Window Without Switching Workspace?

May 18, 2010

On the window menu there are two options-Move window to Workspace Left&-Move window to Workspace RightThese commands move the window to an adjacent workspace without changing theactive worksapce. I cannot however find anywhere to set hotkeys for this. Check what command that actually runsorb. Tell me where I can setup a hotkey for that

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Ubuntu :: Assign Each Application To A Specific Workspace?

Jul 24, 2010

I am using ubuntu 10.04 and opensuse 11.3. I would like to know how to assign each application to a specific worksapce. For example´╝îwhen I open a pdf file, it will be moved to workspace2. When I open a movie, it will be moved to workspace3. In Leopard, "Space" have such features. I would like to know the way to achieve this in ubuntu and opensuse, in an easy way, meaning that just need to install a small package, not a big one , like compiz

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Ubuntu :: Delete / Uninstall Workspace Themes?

Aug 3, 2010

Occasionally my theme changes from Air back to Oxygen or another theme I had installed (using 10.04). I'm not sure why it does this. So I would like to know how to delete/uninstall a theme. I'm using the System Settings gui under the Appearance menu in KDE. There is a button to install new themes, and I can choose a different theme by clicking on it, but I would like to permanently remove a couple themes I have installed.

In case anyone else has seen themes randomly change from Air back to Oxygen, that is another discussion I would be interested in.

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Ubuntu :: Netbook Edition: New Windows On Other Workspace?

Oct 22, 2010

On UNE, for example a Firefox Window is opened in workspace 1. I'd like to have a new Firefox window on workspace 2. But when I switch to workspace 2 and hit the Firefox Icon in the left launcher panel, it only brings me back to the running instance of Firefox on the first workspace.So what is an easy way to have a second Firefox Window on the second workspace?

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Ubuntu :: Password Protect A Single Workspace?

Dec 14, 2010

it is possible to password protect a single workspace. Say for example, 1-3 are accessible and number 4 password protected.

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Ubuntu :: Remote Session In Separate Workspace

Feb 5, 2011

I am heavily using remote X11 via ssh (from Ubuntu to Ubuntu).The method I am using is connecting with ssh -X and then running the X application I want to use.Most of the times this is adequate but some times I need to have a desktop view. Running gnome-session in the ssh session, produces a couple of errors (printer and other hardware related) which appears normal but at the end it works. The problem is that desktops end up mixed up with windows from all sessions together and the panels and menus from the last session.

What I am trying to achieve is to have each gnome session in a specific workspace. It will be easy using shortcuts like ctrl-super-right/left to move between different machines. Can something like that be achieved?I know the easy solution would be to vnc to all machines and maximize the vnc viewer in the desired workspace, but this would be really slow and against the linux way of thinking (as is trying to get the remote gnome desktop, but that is another story).Another solution would be to open the gnome panels in a titled window, so that I can see them all at once and distribute them across workspaces. But how do I do that?

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Ubuntu :: Moving Applications Into A Different Monitor Workspace?

Feb 8, 2011

this: Is it possible to have programs load onto a second monitor workspace?I am trying to figure out how to do it with Evolution. When I have my primary monitor occupied with games I would like to keep evolution open on my 2nd monitor, however I don't see a way to:a) Drag it across the screen into the second monitorb) Have it automatically load into that second monitor workspacec) Change permissions to move it directly into a second monitor workspace, only workspaces within the primary monitor

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