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Old 08-13-2012, 05:35 PM
"Scott Moore"
 
Default Strange notifications on startup

I'm guessing this was caused by some recent updates (I have no idea which)
but every time I boot up the laptop (Lenovo T60) I get 2 notifications
bubbles in the top right of the screen that won't go away until I click
them. On says "New Resolution: modes" and the other says "Rotate LCD
normal". I have never changed my screen resolution nor have I ever rotated
it. Is there something I can do to disable these annoying notifications I
don't need?


Scott Moore
Dallas, TX USA



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Old 08-14-2012, 01:48 AM
"chaitanya"
 
Default Strange notifications on startup

Its the notifications of 'Jupiter' program.
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Subject: [xubuntu-users] Strange notifications on startup
Sent: 13 Aug 2012 23:05

I'm guessing this was caused by some recent updates (I have no idea which)
but every time I boot up the laptop (Lenovo T60) I get 2 notifications
bubbles in the top right of the screen that won't go away until I click
them. On says "New Resolution: modes" and the other says "Rotate LCD
normal". I have never changed my screen resolution nor have I ever rotated
it. Is there something I can do to disable these annoying notifications I
don't need?

Scott Moore
Dallas, TX USA


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Old 08-16-2012, 07:46 PM
Scott Moore
 
Default Strange notifications on startup

Thanks! I'll poke around to see if there's a way I can get Jupiter to not display these annoying bubbles or at least make them disappear after a* seconds. The Jupiter tray icon doesn't offer anything in the way of such configuration. I'll check to see if there are some command line switches or maybe file a bug report against it.
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> Its the notifications of 'Jupiter' program.
> ------Original Message------
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> To: xubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com
> ReplyTo: Xubuntu Support and User Discussions
> Subject: [xubuntu-users] Strange notifications on startup
> Sent: 13 Aug 2012 23:05
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> I'm guessing this was caused by some recent updates (I have no idea which)
> but every time I boot up the laptop (Lenovo T60) I get 2 notifications
> bubbles in the top right of the screen that won't go away until I click
> them. On says "New Resolution: modes" and the other says "Rotate LCD
> normal". I have never changed my screen resolution nor have I ever rotated
> it. Is there something I can do to disable these annoying notifications I
> don't need?

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