Regarding the top bar, I have not seen anything in between the name of the application on the left and the date in the middle.
I suspected injecting the application menu (File, Edit, …) wouldn’t be easy, but nothing should be impossible in an open-source world :)
But that’s actually the second part of my first question.
The most annoying part now is all the space that the window title bar itself is taking.
From the following screenshot for example, all the pixels between GNOME top bar and “File, Edit […]” could be regained:
How can I completely get rid of the window title bar, at least when maximized?
Recently came back to Arch after a brief treason with Ubuntu for stability.
Two concerns, which probably have nothing to do with Arch (but more with GNOME):
1. There are 3 top bars when only one could have everything:
From above screenshot of the terminal maximized, how can I:
- remove the big and useless title bar (the one with “yaourt: installing ibus-mozc from AUR”)
- embed the “File, Edit, View, Search …” inside the desktop’s top bar, right next to “Terminal” (and before “Sat 14:04”) as there is plenty of space there for it
2. Some icons go in a bottom toolbar:
How can I make these icons come into the top right (just before “en” in my previous screenshot)