3 finger gestures in ubuntu 16.04

Easy Peasy.

Install touchegg.


sudo apt install touchegg

To enable 3 finger and above touch in Ubuntu 16.04 (of course be sure your touchpad driver supports multitouch, or else upgrade your kernel)

Go to your home directory and create a .xprofile with the following content.


synclient ClickFinger3=0
synclient TapButton3=0
touchegg &

Now when you boot your laptop, you’ll be able to use gestures.

To configure the gestures, you can go to


sudo vi .config/touchegg/touchegg.conf

It’s a pretty self explanatory config file. But here’s some references.

touchegg actions

touchegg gestures

touchegg FAQ

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Fix Blurry Terminal Icon in Plank/Docky

Hey guys, another simple work around for all those bad looking blurry icons in plank.

Here’s the scoop.


sudo vi /usr/share/applications/gnome-terminal.desktop

Add this line


StartupWMClass=Gnome-terminal

and comment this line


#OnlyShowIn=GNOME;Unity