gweaver wrote:Since Gnome 3.4, the Gnome developers have been removing the menu bar and window close button (whilst maximised) from core applications and replacing them with a super/gear/cog button and global application menu.
gweaver wrote:My concern is that these applications might have to be forked or downgraded in order to give users the option of the old behaviour, and that would be no small undertaking.
chdslv wrote:I like that! The cog is better than looking at Windows 96 type menu bars. The first thing I do with Firefox is to get the menu bar out of sight. Many of you do that too, I believe, so why not the cog? .
Vincent Vermeulen wrote:There are some other options, like for Baobab from GNOME you could switch to the disk usage analyzer from MATE (which is a fork from GNOME 2' Boabab). It is in the mate-utils package.
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