I love the window snap feature of the Gnome 3 shell. However, it only allows you to maximize windows or to snap to the left or right half of the screen. Is there a way to snap to quarters of the screen? Maybe some shell extension I’m unaware of?
I can’t figure out what the icon between my settings and lock-screen icon in Gnome3 is supposed to do.
When I attach an external HDD, GNOME suggests opening it with Anjuta:
There is no “Lock” option showing up in the user menu, and the standard shortcuts (Ctrl+L or Ctrl+Alt+L) don’t do anything.
On my Debian system I’ve customized my Gnome (Shell) keyboard shortcuts, via System Settings > Keyboard > Shortcuts.
I’m guessing I need to edit one of the schemas available in
gsettings but I don’t know which one. and when I listed all the schemas, there’s just too many of them.