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    Re: Compile command

    w0ei,

    No I don't have that gap. Everything works fine. My panel size is 22 pixels. You can try changing yours and see if you can circumvent the problem...
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    Compile command

    First, thanks ayoli. I'd like to express my gratitude to my Fedora x86_64 OS, my Athlon 3000+, my second OS (Tiger of course)...

    Compile command:

    gcc -std=c99 -Wall -Werror -fno-strict-aliasing...
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    Macmenu up and running

    Solved on Fedora 7!

    Sorry to be bragging about this in the ubuntuforums though. Thanks again Yuzem. By the way, gtk2 wasn't getting updated as you suspected. In fact, Fedora doesn't update without...
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    Default GNOME menu works

    Tried out SkiesOfAzel's modified code for a default GNOME menu. It compiles and works fine - i.e. the menu shows up beside "GNOME" on the applet.

    But when I open up Nautilus, the same menu stays...
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    KDE apps show desired behaviour

    Oddly enough I just accidentally found out that all KDE apps give the expected behaviour - i.e. the menubar. That's weird definitely.

    The fonts on the menubar are however those of the native KDE...
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    Re: Mac-style Menu Bar for GTK and Java/Swing applications!

    Yuzem,

    Thanks for your reply. Started from scratch. Installed gtk2 source. Patched it. Logged out.

    Back in and compiled the hack. Installed . Same thing.

    Anything else that I can try? Thanks.
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    Menu Bar not being hijacked

    Hi,

    While the app names shows up on the panel and cycle through open apps, none of the apps' menubars are hijacked by the macmenu applet. They remain pretty much a part of the local window. Tried...
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    OFAIID Error

    I run Fedora 7 and followed the last 10 pages of this post.

    Was getting the OAFIID error like many other users. Got rid of it and now I can see macmenu on my panel - though from the looks of it,...
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