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How to install MS Paint alternative Pinta on Ubuntu 18.04

Missing MS Paint and it's user friendly featues on Ubuntu, Pinta can address almost all your needs.

Pinta is a Open Source, easy-to-use open-source drawing and image editing program designed for entry-level users. It provides users with a simple yet powerful way to draw and edit images on Linux, Mac, and Windows.


Drawing Tools
Effects (Blur, Glow, Warp etc)
Image Adjustments (Auto Level, Black, and White, Sepia etc)
Unlimited undo/redo

And much more...

Here is the video tutorial for the installation.

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How to Change Ubuntu 18.04 Lock Screen look like MacOS

Here is the Video tutorial for the same.

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How to reset GNOME 3 Desktop

If you too have ended up messing up your GNOME DE like me, below one liners will surely your key to make your desktop look fresh again.

Use the below commands to Reset GNOME desktop.
rm -rf .gnome .gnome2 .gconf .gconfd .metacity .cache .dbus .dmrc .mission-control .thumbnails ~/.config/dconf/user ~.compiz*

Now,if you want to have a backup of your existing desktop Enviroment.

Run the below command to backup and Reset GNOME3 Desktop enviorment.
It's a one liner, you can make it multiples too ;)

mkdir ./.old-gnome-config/ && mv ./.gnome* ./.old-gnome-config/ && mv .gconf* ./.old-gnome-config/  mv ./.metacity ./.old-gnome-config/ && mv ./.cache ./.old-gnome-config/ && mv ./.dbus ./.old-gnome-config/ && mv ./.dmrc ./.old-gnome-config/ && mv ./.mission-control ./.old-gnome-config/ && mv ./.thumbnails ./.old-gnome-config/   && mv ~/.config/dconf/* ./.old-gnome-config/

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GNOME : How to add Custom Folder links to left panel

Are you looking the way to Add Folder Shortcut To Left Panel File Browser ( Places ).

Toggle into the directory you want to make a shortcut and hit  Ctrl+D from your keyboard 

Lets take an example 
I want a folder named as NIB to be appear into the left panel of file browser.

Toggle into NIB and simply hit  Ctrl+D

I hope this help you.. 

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