The developer behind the popular Global App Menu GNOME extension has announced it is “discontinued for the moment”. Explaining the reasons for his decision on Github, Lester Carballo cites the shift to Wayland (the extension doesn’t […]
This global menu GNOME Shell extension brings a popular Unity feature to the GNOME desktop, and lets you interact with app menus from the top bar.
With the release date of Ubuntu 12.04 looming ever closer it’s becoming clear not everything wished for inclusion will make it into the final release. One such feature is a simple and easily accessible switch […]
Xubuntu 11.04 and 11.10 users wanting to add Ubuntu's "App Menu" (also known as a 'global menu') can now do so with ease.
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.
Google released the latest stable update to their Google Chrome browser earlier today, bringing with it a handful of features exclusive to Ubuntu users...
Reader Mark Tyrrell linked us to a bug report of his that proposes a rather slick solution for the Ubuntu 'Application Menu' reveal behaviour in Unity.
Where Chromium leads, Chrome surely follows... Following yesterday's news of Chromium Daily adding experimental support for Ubuntu's new Global Menu, Google Chrome Unstable - which is based upon Chromium - has also been updated with support for it.
The latest Daily Builds of open-source browser Chromium have added in experimental support for Ubuntu 11.04's new Global Menu via the about:flags staging area.
Ubuntu 11.04 users can free up some screen space and gain desktop consistency in LibreOffice by enabling LibreOffice Global Menu support.
Work on integration between Mozilla's e-mail client Thunderbird and the Ubuntu Messaging Menu is made available for public testing.
Alberto Ruiz from Codethink has posted a status update on the work he's been doing on an extension to bring global application menu support to Libre Office. With Firefox and Thunderbird work already well underway this is one of the final large pieces of global application menu support left to do.