Natty: Users should be able to easily turn off (disable) global menu
|Application Menu Indicator||
|Matthew Paul Thomas|
Binary package hint: indicator-appmenu
With Natty, Ubuntu users will be presented a new default desktop, relying on upper bar global menu for applications, like Mac OS, but unlike all other previous Ubuntu desktops and all other mainstream desktops: Gnome (2 or 3), KDE, XFCE, MS Windows, etc.
While this may be an interesting change for many users, it may (will!) happen that some users will prefer to keep an "in-application" ("in-window" or "local") menus.
Right now (on Alpha 3 with daily updates), the only option is to deinstall indicator-appmenu package to achieve this (see: http://
This should be easier and more obvious, either by implementing an option somewhere in control centre or, at least, in gconf-editor.
|Changed in indicator-appmenu (Ubuntu):|
|importance:||Undecided → Wishlist|
|Omer Akram (om26er) wrote : Re: [Bug 734325] Re: Natty: Users should be able to easily turn off (disbable) global menu||#3|
|Kalman Reti (kalman-reti) wrote : Re: Natty: Users should be able to easily turn off (disbable) global menu||#4|
- Natty: Users should be able to easily turn off (disbable) global menu
+ Natty: Users should be able to easily turn off (disable) global menu