Bruce McL wrote:I found a Gnome Shell Extension called Reflection that moves the top bar to the bottom.
However I cannot get it to work. Perhaps someone who knows what they are doing can get this to work or modify it to work.
I am liking this release a lot. I disabled the bottom bar but I have the LM menu in the top bar.
I think the Linux Mint people are doing a great job. I was a Mac IT guy during the changeover from OS 9 to OS X. I think this changeover to Gnome 3 and Gnome Shell is going pretty well in comparison.
bimsebasse wrote:Got it working - move the downloaded "firstname.lastname@example.org" folder to /usr/share/gnome-shell/extensions/ (not the .local... folder as mentioned on the website, because then your shell starts to act funny whenever you're in root mode), reload the shell or log out and in, and then the extension appears in Advanced Settings under "Shell Extensions" as "gnome-shell-reflection Extension". Let me know if you still can't get it to work after doing that.
Tnt533 wrote:Please, PLEASE figure out how to eliminate the tinted bar at the top. It is basically the bottom notification bar that is there by default in gnome shell. It got moved to the top when you moved the top panel to the bottom. I can't get it to go away. It auto-hides on mouse over and then reappears after moving the pointer off of it again for me.
KBD47 wrote:What am I missing here? I go to the link mentioned and I'm seeing just 3 individual files to download rather than a folder when I click on it. Do I download those 3 files to get the panel on bottom?
If that works as well as it sounds, I wonder why Mint didn't go this route.
KBD47 wrote:If that works as well as it sounds, I wonder why Mint didn't go this route.
ron1 wrote:I have to have missed something, but I cannot get rid of that shaded area at the top, nor does the panel, when moved to the bottom, autohide.
ron1 wrote:I have to have missed something, but I cannot get rid of that shaded area at the top, nor does the panel, when moved to the bottom, autohide. Am I that dense?
z06gal wrote:I did everything listed above and have it at the bottom but it isn't all the way to the bottom. Can the panel be widened?
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