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I was wondering if we can put Ubuntu or current (focused) application icon in Unity panel on left like Mac.

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Please let me know if I am missing anything.

Thank you.

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please do not rollback again. If you have additional information please edit this into the current version. If you disagree with the current edit, please drop a comment here explaining what issue you have. – fossfreedom Jun 13 '12 at 8:31
mister Foss if u have an answer please answer ti the question, changing the grammar would not solve the problem, the one who has understood has already answered me. – Harpreet Bhatia Jun 14 '12 at 7:03
Please look at my answer here:… and also look at this Q&A:… – fossfreedom Jun 14 '12 at 9:35

As of 12.04, that functionality is honestly impossible. Unity is not coded that way. If you've used 11.04, there was the Ubuntu logo there before. That has been removed.

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hmm, well thank you, there are some more problems like transparent panel gradient effect, no blur for transparent panel there is bug i am still waiting to get solved gnome 3 looks very bad, gnome with 10.10 was awesome. unity is good but has some bugs. – Harpreet Bhatia Jun 9 '12 at 2:37

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