robert3242 wrote:I recently switched over to Mint from Debian and first tried Mint 14 with Cinnamon. I found that both Mint in general and Cinnamon in particular ran extraordinarily smoothly and well, but I did run into one annoying issue I couldn't solve. Cinnamon seems to have no way to set the number of workspaces available.
gsettings set org.cinnamon number-workspaces 6
looks like you enabled the "edge flip" function in Cinnamon Windows settingsand the app would suddenly shift to the other workspace
eanfrid wrote:This is not an issue at all There are at least 3 ways to do this: by using the hot corner and adding/deleting workspaces from there, by using dconf-editor in Cinnamon menu (find "number of workspaces") or directly on the CLI: (for example):
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gsettings set org.cinnamon number-workspaces 6looks like you enabled the "edge flip" function in Cinnamon Windows settingsand the app would suddenly shift to the other workspace
deep64blue wrote:I'm looking to set this permanently but there is no package dconf-editor ...
and that command line is accepted but does nothing.
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