If you hate the way that Unity's global menus fade out of view after you mouse away, Ubuntu 15.04 has a little extra to win you around.
Ubuntu has 'patched' several GNOME applications, including the Nautilus file manager, to display full application menus in the upcoming release of 14.04 LTS.
It's been a long time coming, but Ubuntu 14.04 will finally offer users the choice of showing application menus in application windows.
The new application menus introduced to the GNOME Shell desktop are now supported in Ubuntu. Following the release of GNOME 3.4 last month, a wider number of GNOME applications have begun to make use of the one-button 'app menus'.
Is Precise gearing up for another change to App Menu behaviour? Sort of. New code aimed at ‘the implementation of locally integrated menubars‘ has been proposed for ‘merging’ into Metacity, Unity, Light Themes and Compiz. […]
Xubuntu 11.10 users can now add Ubuntu's "App Menu" plugin to their desktop set-ups thanks to a package by XFCE user AaronLewis89.
A new minor Ubuntu 11.04 updates.