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it's like Apple Mac. but i dont want change my theme on Ubuntu Linux, i just want to know make the icons shortchoout's like apple . like this screenshot on down Center. ty all sorry for english. nice forum
It should be fairly easy to install that into Ubuntu using your Synaptic package manager, or apt-get. I don't use Ubuntu so I can't offer you exact commands to use, but if you get stuck, I figure some Ubuntu user(s) will be able to help you out.
I am confident that you can remove the upper and lower taskbars using your configuration tools or system settings tools, but again, as I do not use Ubuntu very often, I cannot tell you exactly how to do that. Probably someone else will be able to help you with that though - just be patient for a bit and someone will offer a suggestion. It's the weekend, so there are less people online here than there might be on another day, so if you don't have the solution tonight, tomorrow there will be more people around to offer guidance.
and my last of last questions, sorry boring... i know where i can cancel the down and up panel , but can u tell me pls where i can puz this icon: (on screenshot on my point of mouse ) on the cairo.dock ? because i want delete the upper taskbar but i need 1 icon on my cairo.dock and i cant put. it's that one :