Right Click Panel on Gnome Classic session Ubuntu 12.04

Wednesday, June 20, 2012 0 Comments

Ubuntu 12.04, with code name 'Precise Pangolin' has been released a while ago. But since I am not a fan of Unity and hate must be install the-codec-thing, so, I'm waiting the release of Linux Mint 'Maya' with Cinnamon Desktop Environment. But after I tried it, it didn't comfort me. In short, I uninstalled the Cinnamon, leaving the Linux Mint 'Maya' with Gnome Classic. Yeah,, It most comfortable with me.

After trying for a while, I just stucked on how can I move the panel bar? The Maya's default was placing it at the bottom of the monitor. I just wanna move it, just like my prev Linux Mint 11 (and I intend to give it a global menu applet).

OK. Here is the way  to solve it! I got this from my own experience and a lil bit help from Stackoverflow, which I forgot the link.
  1. Move the bar - Press alt + click + drag
  2. Show right click menu. Press win/ super button + alt + right click panel
So, that's it! Or if you are using Maya with Mate version, it wouldn't be that strange.

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Do you think I forgot to change this text? No, dude. I did it on purpose ahahahay..