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    Question Customizing GNOME panel

    I've been using Gnome Classic, but I'd like to try out Gnome3. The only problem is I can't seem to find a way to customize the top panel or add other panels like I can in Classic. Is there a way to do this?

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    Re: Customizing GNOME panel

    http://askubuntu.com/questions/69576...-classic-panel

    don't worry about Ubuntu version that you have .
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    Re: Customizing GNOME panel

    Thanks raja. I was wondering how to do this too.

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    Re: Customizing GNOME panel

    Quote Originally Posted by clay7 View Post
    Thanks raja. I was wondering how to do this too.
    What happen , any problem you got ? post here we will help you .
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    Exclamation Re: Customizing GNOME panel

    Those instructions are for Classic. I'm looking for how to customize GNOME 3. I've tried the Alt-Super-Click method, like in Classic, but it doesn't work.

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    Re: Customizing GNOME panel

    install gnome tweak tool from ubuntu software centre. you can also customize the gnome shell by adding extensions to it by visiting https://extensions.gnome.org/. you an slide the option like on or off for installing the extensions.

    you can see the extensions as well as additional panel in the image of my desktop
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    Re: Customizing GNOME panel

    Your desktop is pretty much exactly what I'm wanting to do. What extensions did you use?

    Do you know of one that's like the Application Menu in Classic?

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    Re: Customizing GNOME panel

    Hi I'm hereby attaching the gnome tweak tool window for you to see the extensions which I'm currently using.

    For application menu you can either use 'fripeery application menu' extension or 'application menu' extension. post your desktop screen as an attachment for visual
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    Re: Customizing GNOME panel

    Quote Originally Posted by sienile View Post
    Your desktop is pretty much exactly what I'm wanting to do. What extensions did you use?

    Do you know of one that's like the Application Menu in Classic?
    First page of "extensions.gnome.org" for me. "Applications Menu" by gcampax.

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    Lightbulb Re: Customizing GNOME panel

    Got it set up the way I wanted. Here's what it looks like and what it takes to get it.
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