On 05/07/2013 06:48 AM, William Drago wrote:
I am using LO 220.127.116.11 in Ubuntu with the Unity desktop. I want to turn
off the very annoying global menu and put the menu back where it
belongs. In Firefox there's a very convenient setting to enable or
disable global menu integration. Is there anything like that in LO?
BTW, I don't want to get too far off topic, but can someone explain to
me why putting the menu way off on the top of the screen is better
than keeping it close to the application? Am I not using it correctly?
I wonder if the developers added that option.
The "top of the screen menus" is a Unity feature and the developers made
sure that LO was compliant with Unity's menu formatting. I do not like
that, or Unity's menu and desktop design, so I use Ubuntu 12.04 and
13.04 with MATE as the desktop environment.
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