I am pretty amazed. I just downloaded the daily iso and installed a fresh copy of Saucy. I got everything all setup. Installed gnome-flashback and viola the white on the middle of the panels are back just like before.
I'm not touching the gnome 3 ppa or any of that other stuff that is not included with generic Ubuntu through normal updates etc.
This is why I like LTS versions but, I am trying really hard to play along...
What a difference a few hours can make. I doanloaded the iso on the morning of June 27th USA ET and it was the same but, I noticed the alpha had been released and was produced later on the 27th.
Just installed it with Gnome and no more white panels. Guess this problem is resolved.
The Bug is Reported in Launchpad
If anyone has time, please report.
I signed onto that bug and it is back on the regular iso. I just installed it over the gnome version.
Yup this is a real problem. It has occurred on each Saucy generic install I have done. It can be readily repeated.
I urge everyone who is getting this on gnome fallback/flashback (whichever) to add your name to the bug mentioned above.
That is the bug gexpower mentioned and there are only 3 people on that bug. There should many more than that.
Last edited by Cavsfan; July 1st, 2013 at 05:45 PM.
Since Ubuntu 13.04 gnome-session-fallback has become buggly. We need you support registering in the follow URL (Bug Record) your comments about it, of course, if you're affected.
As Cavsfan Says, we need more people join us on this bug report.
¡ Thank you for bring us your help !
This bug is the one that started in Raring 13.04 and continues into Saucy 13.10 where after you maximize any window, the three buttons at the top of the window become unclickable. You cannot minimize, close, etc. that window. It would be nice to see this fixed as it is more problematic than just the white color which is just annoying. But, both are annoying.