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Old 12-04-2011, 04:30 AM   #1
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LXer: Auto Hide Top Panel In Gnome 3,


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fpmurphy has create a Gnome 3 extension called Auto Hide Top Panel (uploaded to Gnome Extensions by erguille), which hides the top panel and give you full screen - it not only saves time but also removes distracting elements. When you take the mouse on the top, the panel will appear. Since all the menus remain with the respective windows (unlike Unity's global menu) there is no productivity loss.

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