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is it possible to toggle (show/hide) the appmenu ? I've disabled the globalmenu, because i don't like the behavior.

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Other than reinstalling the global menubar, each program you use has it's own settings for their menus (the "app menus").


Terminal
Right click and de-select "Show Menubar"

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FireFox
Go to ▸ View ▸ Toolbars ▸ Menu Bar

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VLC
Right click ▸ View ▸ Minimal Interface

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Nautilus (File manager) Not possible in current versions.

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There is a workaround. Switch on global menu feature back. And then you can run any program not using global menu, for instance:

UBUNTU_MENUPROXY=0 inkscape

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Thanks a HUGE lot!!! if you answer here I will accept there too! thx!!!!! – Aquarius Power Apr 24 at 7:33

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