Use 2D Unity Launcher With Gnome Shell

  • Did you know you can use the 2D Unity launcher in Gnome Shell? Well, you can do just that! Of course to use it, you need 2D Unity installed. To make sure you have it, run this command in the terminal:

    sudo apt-get install unity-2d-launcher-default-settings

    To activate the 2D Unity launcher, press Alt + F2 and run:

    unity-2d-launcher

    The launcher will be empty by default. You will have to add app shortcuts yourself.

    For the 2D Unity launcher to load on startup, you need to add it to the startup applications. Open up Startup Applications Preferences by pressing Alt + F2 and running:

    gnome-session-properties

    Click add

    Add the command used to load the 2D Unity launcher.

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    September 13th, 2011 | Joe Steiger | 1 Comment | Tags: , , , , , , , ,

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