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Fix Missing Toolbar Icon in ReText

ReText is a simple but powerful text editor for Markdown and reStructuredText. It is written in Python using QT Libraries, with that said you need to have QT installed in your system in order to run ReText (Description copy pasted from ReText website, I’m lazy I know :D). I’ve been using it previously on my Ubuntu system with GNOME desktop without problem at all, however when I installed and run it on my Linux Mint LXDE 12 system, the toolbar icons is missing and not displayed at all, only texts are displayed as you can see on the screenshot below.

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Change Date and Time in Linux Mint LXDE 12

So I decided to try and install Linux Mint LXDE 12 to my eeePC 1005ha. The installation took a few minutes and very fast and everything is working great, I don’t have to install codecs manually either as it is included by default in Linux Mint LXDE 12.

But then when I wanted to change the date and time, I cannot find any option from either the “Preferences” or “System Tools” menu at all to change the date and time. I think they forgot to include this option by default.

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Create a Unified Inbox Folder in Evolution

Unified Inbox Folder in Evoluton Mail

Evolution Mail doesn’t have a feature to show all your mail account inbox in one inbox folder (or what is known as a Unified Inbox Folder), thus you need go to your mail account respective inbox folder to be able to read new mail messages Riceball, unlike Mac OS Maill app (and Thunderbird) which group all your inbox folder in one folder making it easy to read new mail.

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Keep Track of your Cliboard History in Ubuntu using Glipper

Glipper Residing at the indicator-applet located at the bottom right corner of the screen as a simple ‘G’ Icon

Install this tiny application in your Ubuntu to keep track of your Clipboard history  Wink.png , this tiny application will reside at your indicator-applet, it’s very easy and simple to use. It also support plugins to boost up the application features itself ohnoes.png ! To Install this application in Ubuntu, open the Terminal and type in the following commands:

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