Is there a way to switch a window's borders off in Cinnamon? It is as easy as Right click on the window header- More actions - No border in KDE but I don't see such option in Cinnamon 

I installed Linux Mint on my Lenovo laptop and I loved it. At first, I ran it as a dual boot but I became so impressed with it, that I deleted the Windows 10 partition and used LM for the entire drive. I was considering installing it on my MacBook but before I did, I wanted to know whether or not there was a means of uninstalling the partitioned drive without having to reinstall Mac OS. If there is, please let me know or post a link that has the info. Thanks.

I think that leaving screen saver and power saving options turned on by default on live linux is not too bright idea. Some graphic cards can't wake up (it's live, no driver installed yet).

Noob question: is it possible to make XFCE version/alternative of k3b?

It turned out to be the most reliable disc burning software for linux, from my personal experience. There are only two KDE programs that I need: k3b and kdenlive, but I like simplicity and speed of XFCE.

Having XFCE desktop and KDE applications makes me a bit uncomfortable, although I have never experienced any troubles with the given combination.

So, why don't we have xfce version of k3b?

Arch = Alpha Software Test
Fedora = Beta Software Test
Red Hat = Final Stable Commercial Product

Linux Mint 18.2 amd64 (cinnamon)

How can I add extra commands to be run when a particular user locks / unlocks their X display?

Case in point, I have a Logitech keyboard compatible with the g810-led key color control program, and I want to run g810-led to change the keyboard color depending on whether my screen is locked or not (and hopefully also if nobody is logged in).

Has anyone else noticed Cinnamon failing to maintain your display settings after a reboot?

I'm using 18.1 Cinnamon, using NVIDIA driver and nvidia-settings to mark one display as rotated 90 and the other +1080. After saving settings I reboot, and find that the mdm orients left display rotated 90 and right display shifted to the end of the first, but once logged in it defaults to first screen normal, and second +1920.

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Added 12 youtube tutorials about compiz (done in Linux Mint 18.1 Xfce) but compiz settings are the same on other distro's or desktops. But be careful. Not for the faint of heart.

[solved] This is more of a KDE question, but here goes: How do I print discontinuous page ranges, eg in Okular? On non-KDE distros, you can give a range such as "2-5;12;17-19" in order to print eight pages. Surely, there must be a way to do this on KDE?!

I was hoping someone could help with a problem. Every now and then, as i'm using the mouse wheel on my Logitech mouse to scroll up and down on a webpage when chrome will start zoom in/zoom out. I'm not pushing any buttons or touching my touchpad either.

I've google searched looking for a solution.

Anyone have an idea on how to stop it?

Linux Mint 18.1 64-bit XFCE
Google Chrome 56.0.2924.87 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Logitech wireless mouse M325
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