please don't, not with cinnamon anyway: cinnamon and compiz are incompatible.Dngrsone wrote:I suppose I could push compiz into the Mint installation
open cinnamon settings; to edit the panel you need to put it in edit mode; you have a set of applets already installed (some not activated) and more applets here http://cinnamon-spices.linuxmint.com/applets (and extensions also http://cinnamon-spices.linuxmint.com/extensions)Dngrsone wrote:where are the options files?
same as nautilus: view > show hidden files or ctrl + hDngrsone wrote:s there a way for Nemo to show hidden files?
cinnamon settings > keyboard > keyboard shortcurts > workspace management (there's some already there, set others)Dngrsone wrote:What I would like to be able to do is ctrl+alt+[right-arrow] my way through all my desktops
Dngrsone wrote:What I would like to be able to do is ctrl+alt+[right arrow] to the last desktop, then do it again to get to desktop 1... is there a tool for that?
Dngrsone wrote:I flirted with KDE for a little while... hated it twelve years ago and still don't like it. Bottom line, I couldn't wrestle it into something I could work comfortably in.
I am looking for a Frankenstein's monster of an OS that does everything good without sacrifices...
Spearmint2 wrote:Sounds like fun. I've been busy elsehwhere lately. I wish someone would work on a flash substitute program or good flash player plugin for firefox. I'm beginning to dislike flash as much as I did realplayer, but it doesn't seem flash will meet the same fate, so Linux needs to get something better going on it.
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