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       unity-control-center - Configure Unity settings


       unity-control-center [OPTION...] [PANEL] [ARG...]


       unity-control-center is a graphical user interface to configure various aspects of Unity.

       When run without arguments, the shell displays the overview, which shows all available
       configuration panels. The overview allows to open individual panels by clicking on them.
       It also has a search entry to find panels by searching keywords.

       It is also possible to specify a panel name as commandline argument to go directly to that
       panel. Individual panels may accept further arguments to specify which tab to open (for
       multi-tabbed panels) or which item to display (for panels with lists).

       Note that unity-control-center is not meant to expose each and every setting that is
       available. The settings that can be found here represent what is considered useful and
       commonly needed options. For more exotic or uncommon options, you can look at
       gnome-tweak-tool or the gsettings commandline utility.


       The following panel names can be specified:

           The background panel lets you set your desktop background.

           The bluetooth panel lets you configure your computer's Bluetooth adapter, and pair the
           computer with Bluetooth keyboards, phones, etc.

           The color panel can calibrate monitors, web cams and printers for accurate color

           The datetime panel lets you set the timezone and time format.

           Some operations in this panel affect all user accounts on the computer and require

           The display panel configures the resolution and arrangement of monitors and laptop
           panels. Note that monitors can be rearranged by drag-and-drop, and you can change
           which monitor is your main display by dragging the black bar.

           The info panel shows a general overview of the system configuration. It also lets you
           change the default applications for various tasks and the handling of removable media.

           The keyboard panel can change how the keyboard reacts to key presses and lets you
           change keyboard shortcuts or create custom shortcuts.

           You can open this panel on a specific tab by passing typing or shortcuts as extra

           The mouse panel can change how mice and touchpads react to user input.

           The network panel provides a view of available network devices (wired, wireless or
           mobile) and their current configuration. It also provides a way to create new VPN
           connections and configure proxy settings.

           The online-accounts panel shows your configured online accounts and lets you add or
           remove accounts.

           The power panel shows the fill level of batteries and can configure what happens when
           the computer is idle or runs out of battery.

           The printers panel shows all known printers and their status. It is possible to
           inspect queued print jobs and add new printers.

           Some operations in this panel require privileges.

           The region panel contains regional settings such as the display language, formatting
           for times, dates, numbers, and input sources.

           You can open this panel on a specific tab by passing language, formats, layouts or
           system as extra argument.

           The screen panel contains settings that control the screen brightness and screen lock

           The sound panel shows all known sound devices and their configuration, including
           volume and balance settings.

           You can open this panel on a specific tab by passing output, input, hardware, effects
           or applications as extra argument.

           The universal-access panel contains settings for accessible technologies such as the
           screen reader, magnifier, screen keyboard and AccessX options.

           The user-accounts panel shows all user accounts that exist on the computer and allows
           to change them in some ways, such as changing the user name, password or permissions.
           It also allows to create or remove accounts.

           Some operations in this panel require privileges.

           the wacom panel shows connected Wacom graphics tablets and lets you calibrate and
           configure such devices.


       -?, --help
           Prints a short help text and exits.

           Prints the program version and exits.

       -v, --verbose
           Enables verbose mode.

       -o, --overview
           Opens the overview.


       On success 0 is returned, a non-zero failure code otherwise.