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Er, no... I guess i didn't make myself clear, sorry. See the top panel in the screenshot? We have, from left to right, the K menu, the Config menu, the menubar (from some applicantion - in this case, from Konqueror), the systray, the clock and another button. I want to put the applications menubar inside the panel, just like this guy did! How?
Thanks but... Does anyone LOOKED at the screenshot??? I dont want a button with apps in submenus, i want THE MENUBAR! The bar with text submenus that usually stays above the toolbar from the app. You know, the one where you can see submenus like File Edit View Window... Get it?
Almost there. If i activate this option, i got the menubar on top and the panel i already have stays under this. I want the menubar INSIDE the panel. Did you looked at the screenshot? It all make sense when you read AND look at the picture. Here is a copy of what i just posted:
See the top panel in the screenshot? We have, from left to right, the K menu, the Config menu, the menubar (from some applicantion - in this case, from Konqueror), the systray, the clock and another button. I want to put the applications menubar inside the panel, just like this guy did! How?