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Modifying and switching between desktop interfaces in Lucid (10.4)

Posted: May 01, 2010 08:05;
Last Modified: May 01, 2010 08:05

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I previously discussed how to create some space on the top menu bar on the Netbook remix desktop interface. In the latest iteration, the Netbook Remix comes with a locked down tool bar.

These are my first notes on how to fix this.

First of all, a description can be found here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuNetbookEdition/ConvertGnomeSession

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