They have now, created a Gnome 3 Extension called Auto Hide Top Panel, which hides the top panel and give you full screen - it not only saves time but also removes distracting elements. When you take the mouse on the top, the panel will appear. Since all the menus remain with the respective windows - there is no productivity loss.
RamBurner wrote:I extremely dislike the top panel and the inability to move it, I use Linux to be able to have control of the way it looks / acts and that has been taken away in many aspects with 'Lisa' , (can you say apple?)
I disliked Ubuntu when they went with the garbage called Unity and its lack of control for the user.
With the new revision called 'Lisa' the same thing is happening, which is why I will stick with the Wonderful LinuxMint 11
Forget 'Lisa' it is like an Ex-Wife that wants control of what you do....
DaComboMan wrote:Language can be colourful sometimes.
We need to read between the lines... Linux is supposed to be flexible.
With Unity and two-panels without inherent options, Linux takes away the lines.
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