[Workaround] Blurry / Pixelated Text Font in Ubuntu Software of Ubuntu 21.10

The Ubuntu Software app in Ubuntu 21.10 Impish has an ugly font rendering on default Wayland. The text in the app looks a bit pixelated. I found the issue firstly when Impish was in beta stage. The issue was reported to also affect LibreOffice, Chromium, and other Snap apps, though most of them has been… Continue reading [Workaround] Blurry / Pixelated Text Font in Ubuntu Software of Ubuntu 21.10

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How to Change Login Screen Background Color / Wallpaper in Ubuntu 21.10

Last updated on October 28th, 2021 Many users do not like the purple background in GDM login screen. Here’s how to change it to another image or color in Ubuntu 21.10 Impish Indri. Since GNOME made it hard to hack the GDM login background, some scripts born in Github.com to help users to get rid… Continue reading How to Change Login Screen Background Color / Wallpaper in Ubuntu 21.10

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How to Remove Trash Can Icon From Left Dock Panel in Ubuntu 21.10

This simple tutorial shows how to remove the trash icon from the dock in Ubuntu 21.10 Impish Indri. Different to the previous releases, Ubuntu 21.10 puts the trash icon on left dock instead of the desktop. However, I don’t use the trash icon in either location. Instead, I removes files using right-click menu options, and… Continue reading How to Remove Trash Can Icon From Left Dock Panel in Ubuntu 21.10

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How to Shorten Dock Panel & Move ‘Show Applications’ to Top in Ubuntu 21.10

After installed the new Ubuntu 21.10, one of the top things to do is tweaking the left dock panel. Via “System Settings -> Appearance”, you may change the panel position to bottom, adjust icon size, and enable auto-hide. However, the 9 dots ‘Show Applications’ icon sticks to the bottom which is not movable. Move ‘Show… Continue reading How to Shorten Dock Panel & Move ‘Show Applications’ to Top in Ubuntu 21.10

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Choose Audio Devices in Ubuntu System Tray Menu via Extension

For laptop and desktop PC with more than one audio input and output devices, it’s possible to switch between audio devices quickly with upper right corner system tray menu. It’s a common situation that users have more than one audio devices connected to the computer. GNOME, the default Ubuntu Desktop Environment, provides Sound settings to… Continue reading Choose Audio Devices in Ubuntu System Tray Menu via Extension

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