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Before I get too far into this question, have you ever ran firefox in fullscreen mode? Just fit F11, or go to View -> Fullscreen. Not sure if that is the direction you want to take though.
Thanks for the suggestion but I used Firefox as an example, all apps use the same titlebar.
Originally Posted by smoker
You can reduce the size of the font used in the title bar, which reduces its height. Edit the theme in the usual way. (System > Preferences > Appearance > Fonts)
I tried that before but didn't do much.
Originally Posted by MTK358
Also, half of that is the tab bar (part of Firefox, has nothing at all to do with the window titlebar), not the titlebar (depends on your window manager).
I'm aware that the "tabs" section in Firefox4 is not part of the Titlebar, I'm talking about the area above the tabs, which is caleld the Titlebar, I only used firefox as an example...
Originally Posted by elliott678
The title bar's height is defined by the metacity theme, you can either find a slimmer theme at a place like gnome-look.org or edit the .xml file for your current theme.
I edited the metacity theme xml file "metacity-theme-1.xml", located in /home/User_Name/.themes/ThemeName/metacity-1/
and changed the "title_vertical_pad" value from 10 to 0 and that fixed the problem... Thank you.