Anyone knows where to get it for Thunderbird?
Where do I report that Xiphos (The Bible program formerly known as GnomeSword) is not displaying menus properly, IE at all when using the Global Menu? This was on Lucid, so it is possible this may have been fixed already for Maverick.
Will this work on 10.10 LTS & Chrome?
Is there a reliable way to get this working on xfce? I have been using the indicatorappmenu in gnome, but that isn't available for xfce. Can any one help?
Use Gnome, my system takes a minuscule amount of ram, 300 ish gnome, 300ish XFCEQuote:
Is there a reliable way to get this working on xfce?
i do not folloow the thread every day
but there is a globalmenu thingy fot gnome3 AND gnome-panel session
if i understand the new 0.9 globalmenu is like a plugin of gnome-shell
my computer is too old to use gnome-shell and/or unity but enough for the fallback session (gnome-panel)
please give us a simple applet for gnome-panel !!!
I'd like to report a bug(i already did in bugzilla but i think it was the wrong place)
This is a usability bug, you can't use the alt+letter hotkeys in dialog windows
belonging to the main window this applet manage. I mean if there is an
information or an error dialog and that dialog has 3 buttons one of them has
the letter 'e' as alt hotkey i hit alt and then e on my keyboard, the applet
steals the focus and opens the edit menu instead. As an example the System
0. Enable the applet
1. Open system monitor
2. Hit down arrow to select a process
3. Hit alt+p to hotkey de End Process button
4. The Confirmation dialog opens.
5. Hit alt+e to select the confirmation End Process button
6. The Edit menu opens
Alt+e is the hotkey for the Edit menu and also for the button inside the
confirmation dialog, you can of course use the key arrows to select the proper
button, but still.
Detect dialogs and disable the menus alt+keys or be less agressive about who
Is there a chance to get global-menu as extension, and horizontal, for gnome-shell 3.6? I really miss it!
I've search a lot without results. There is the extension for gnome-shell 3.2 that doesn't work in 3.4 and 3.6