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For many programs, you can click <gui>Help</gui> and select <gui>Report a Problem</gui>
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For many programs, you can click <gui>Help</gui> and select <gui>Report a Problem</gui>
Suggested by Joel Addison on 2011-08-04
Located in C/report-ubuntu-bug.page:23(item/p)
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For other programs, you can press <keyseq><key>Alt</key><key>F2</key></keyseq> and type <input>ubuntu-bug nameofprogram</input>
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For other programs, you can press <keyseq><key>Alt</key><key>F2</key></keyseq> and type <input>ubuntu-bug nameofprogram</input>
Suggested by Joel Addison on 2011-08-04
Located in C/report-ubuntu-bug.page:24(item/p)
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After running one of the above commands, Ubuntu will gather information about the bug. Click <gui>Content of the report</gui> to review the collected information if you wish. Click <gui>Send Report</gui> to continue.
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After running one of the above commands, Ubuntu will gather information about the bug. Click <gui>Content of the report</gui> to review the collected information if you wish. Click <gui>Send Report</gui> to continue.
Suggested by Joel Addison on 2011-08-04
Located in C/report-ubuntu-bug.page:30(item/p)
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In the window that appears, choose what to take a picture of.
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In the window that appears, choose what to take a picture of.
Suggested by Joel Addison on 2011-08-04
Located in C/screen-shot-record.page:34(item/p)
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You can take a picture of the whole of the screen (<gui>Grab the whole desktop</gui>), just the window that you're currently using (<gui>Grab the current window</gui>), or you can select an area of the screen by dragging a box around it (<gui>Select the area to grab</gui>).
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You can take a picture of the whole of the screen (<gui>Grab the whole desktop</gui>), just the window that you're currently using (<gui>Grab the current window</gui>), or you can select an area of the screen by dragging a box around it (<gui>Select the area to grab</gui>).
Suggested by Joel Addison on 2011-08-04
Located in C/screen-shot-record.page:35(item/p)
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If you selected <gui>Select area to grab</gui>, the cursor will change into a cross. Click and drag the area you want for the screenshot.
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If you selected <gui>Select area to grab</gui>, the cursor will change into a cross. Click and drag the area you want for the screenshot.
Suggested by Joel Addison on 2011-08-04
Located in C/screen-shot-record.page:40(item/p)
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The <gui>Save Screenshot</gui> window will now appear. Choose where to save the screenshot and click <gui>Save</gui>.
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The <gui>Save Screenshot</gui> window will now appear. Choose where to save the screenshot and click <gui>Save</gui>.
Suggested by Joel Addison on 2011-08-04
Located in C/screen-shot-record.page:45(item/p)
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Once in a while a friend, family member, or colleague may want to borrow your computer. The Ubuntu <app>Guest Session</app> feature provides a convenient way, with a high level of security, to lend your computer to someone else. The feature is available to any regular user when logged in.
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Once in a while a friend, family member, or colleague may want to borrow your computer. The Ubuntu <app>Guest Session</app> feature provides a convenient way, with a high level of security, to lend your computer to someone else. The feature is available to any regular user when logged in.
Suggested by Joel Addison on 2011-08-04
Located in C/shell-guest-session.page:23(section/p)
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You can continue pressing <key>Tab</key> as many times as you need to reach the window you want.
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You can continue pressing <key>Tab</key> as many times as you need to reach the window you want.
Suggested by Andrew Janke on 2011-08-03
Located in C/shell-windows-switching.page:61(item/p)
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To switch to the previous window, hold down the <key>Alt</key> key and press <keyseq><key>Shift</key><key>Tab</key></keyseq> instead.
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To switch to the previous window, hold down the <key>Alt</key> key and press <keyseq><key>Shift</key><key>Tab</key></keyseq> instead.
Suggested by Andrew Janke on 2011-08-03
Located in C/shell-windows-switching.page:64(item/p)
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Contributors to this translation: Andrew Janke, Benjamin Donald-Wilson, Jared Norris, Joel Addison, Joel Pickett, MoLE.