Now I have successfully installed the partition, the large cursors have stuck around even after exiting this high contrast mode, but only when I am hovering over stuff e.g. The location has changed in 14.04 (I used CTRL-F to find \cursor-size) but I find the value is reset after a reboot? Truly Canonical and the Ubuntu community need to do some work for this in terms of End-User customization, but bottom line is that this works.
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Looking at your window title, you are working in "indexed colour" mode, which means your file has a limited colour palette.
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There are multiple valid answers for this question spanning over several versions of Ubuntu. Warning: CCSM is in universe and not shipped by default for a reason, it can be flaky, so be careful in there, it can break things, if you find yourself with a broken window manager, see this question to reset your configuration. The key to put keyboard-focus o the launcher so you can navigate using your keyboard (default Alt + F1). The key to open a Search Command dash where you can enter a command name you want to execute.
Fade on bfb and Slide - fades based on the position of your cursor in the bfb (big funny button - the one in the top left of your panel with the Ubuntu circle of friends on it) and slides.
Open the Launcher & Menus configuration utility by pressing Alt + F2 and typing unity-preferences. Pushes the left edge of the screen will make the launcher appear about one second after pushing the cursor to the left edge of the screen. Touches the top left corner of the screen will make the launcher appear immediately when the cursor touches the top left corner of the screen. You can now configure quite a few different settings, like key shortcuts, the launcher behavior and appearance of the Launcher. The Edge Reveal Timeout sets the waiting time (in ms) before the launcher is revealed when a window is touching the edge. The key to put keyboard-focus on the launcher so you can navigate using your keyboard (default Alt + F1). Automatically grid windows on timer in switcher: Turn this off if you want don't want to automatically expand multiple windows in alt-tab. Bias alt-tab sorting to prefer windows on the current viewport: Select this if you want alt tab to prioritize the order in which applications are shows in alt-tab. Edge Illumination Toggles - the edge illumination will be on as long as the application is running.


Backlight and Edge Illumination Toggles - the backlight and edge illumination will be on as long as the application is running.
Fade on bfb and Slide - fades based on the position of your cursor in the bfb (big funny button - the one in the top left of your launcher with the Ubuntu circle of friends on it) and slides. Note: In previous answers, the utility CCSM was extensively used as the primary configuration tool. You can now configure quite a few different settings, like the launcher behavior, dash configuration, panel transparency, desktop icons and various font settings. This option allows you to create quicklists - quicklists are a submenu that are displayed when you right-click a launcher icon. Transparency Maximized Toggle - if you are using a transparent top-panel this toggle controls whether an application that is maximised has its decoration also displayed transparently or in the theme colour.
Where an option is not described, then this functionality can be achieved through MyUnity described above. Bias alt-tab sorting to prefer windows on the current viewport: Check this if you want alt tab to show only applications in your current workspace, or uncheck it to show all open applications regardless of which workspace they're on.
Enable Shortcut Hints Overlay - pressing and holding the Super key displays the keyboard shortcuts overlay. Menus Fade-in duration - duration (in milliseconds) that the global menu fade-in animation takes to display when the mouse moves into the global menu region. Menus Fade-out duration - duration (in milliseconds) that the global menu fade-out animation to display when the mouse moves into the global menu region.
Note 1: In previous answers, the utility CCSM was extensively used as the primary configuration tool. Where an option is not described, then this functionality can be achieved through Ubuntu-Tweak described above. Where an option is not described, then this functionality can be achieved through Ubuntu-Tweak or dconf-editor described above. Simple and lightweight graphical user interface to configure Unity in Ubuntu 11.04 and above. The Unity section contains most of the Unity centric configuration options that Unity Tweak Tool offers. Auto-hide animation: Controls the animation used in auto-hiding the launcher if auto-hide is set to on. Reveal location: If auto-hide is activated, controls whether you can activate the launcher from the sides or only in the top left corner. Reveal sensitivity: If auto-hide is activated, controls the sensitivity of the launcher when giving it focus. Transparency level: If transparency is activated, controls the level of launcher transparency.
Colour: Controls whether the color of the launcher is based on the current wallpaper or uses a custom color. Visibility: If multiple monitors are in use, controls whether the launcher is visible on all desktops or just the primary desktop.
Launch animation: Controls the animation of a launcher icon when the application is being launched.


Show "More Suggestions": Controls whether the "More Suggestions" category is displayed in dash results. Show "Recently Used" applications: Controls whether the applications lens shows your recently used applications. Enable search of your files: Enables or disables the ability to search unlogged files from the files lens. The introduction of the microprocessor, a single chip with all the circuitry that formerly occupied large cabinets, led to the proliferation of personal computers after 1975. Once you are done changing the default sudo password timeout, use Ctrl+X to exit the editor.
Great site btw, I come here often and have learned many things for someone new to ubuntu, keep up the great work, and thanks in advance for your help! Oh wow I wasn’t even paying attention, I blame it on being awake at 4 in the morning! When installing it, I switched to "high contrast" mode, which has rather large cursors (by large I mean about twice as large and thick as they should normally are).
Changes as above indeed don't impact the normal cursor pointer but do take effect in some cases like when hovering over a link or within a text entry field both the cursor size and theme set in dconf are used not for the cursor displayed while moving around the screen. When I hold the fill bucket cursor over the red squares, it displays the cursor which indicates I can apply the foreground colour, but when I click, nothing happens. Either using the CompizConfig Settings Manager (ccsm) or the Configuration Editor (gconf-editor). This will also affect the key used to show the dash (if tapped) and the shortcuts shown when keeping Super pressed. Desktop uses a fixed sized Dash, Netbook will always maximize the Dash to screen size, Automatic decides whether to use Desktop or Netbook based on the screen resolution. Never -> never show devices on the launcher, OnlyMounted -> only show devices that are mounted, Always -> also show unmounted devices.
To take advantage of this, simply set a new wallpaper for your desktop, and the color will change automatically to match.
For computers generally referred to as PCs, see IBM Personal Computer and IBM PC compatible. I wonder if this is simply the effect of being open source or it's due to the fact that is a rapidly evolving project. If you think 15 minute is too short or too long you can even change the sudo password timeout in Ubuntu. They cursor is only normally sized when the computer should be displaying the normal mouse pointer.
For the subsequent commands, even if they need super user privileges, you don’t need to enter the password again.




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