I tried this on my Dell e6530 and it seems to work pretty good.
For video acceleration :
Override software rendering list → Set to
This works for both Chrome and Chromium.Read More
I really would like a PDF reader that saves the open pdf files in tabs, like a browser does. It would let me get back to reading whatever I was reading after a restart. Currently, I try to restart as little as possible, usually between 20 and 40 days in order to save all my open stuff. I would use Mendeley except the open tabs feature request has been open since 2009 and not implemented yet!!! http://feedback.mendeley.com/forums/4941-general/suggestions/263198-remember-open-tabs-and-position-within-pdfs.
My answer for PDFs is to use my browser to store my open files. It might be a little overkill but it does the job decent enough. I mainly use Firefox + mozplugger + evince, but I also use the Chrome and Chromium browsers for different things including reading PDFs. Chrome has a simple PDF plugin that I like and its pretty fast, but Chromium doesn't have it because of licensing issues.Read More
I find the touchpad on my laptop way to sensitive by default. To change it, I've found the following settings comfortable:
I also have a wireless mouse that I sometimes use. It's way to sensitive. The following command makes it useable:Read More
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