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How can I configure Unity?

will it be possible to edit the panel in unity?

to add and remove apps (weather, date, main-menu, shut-off-button).

the main menü-button would save a lot of space instead of the normal menü-button. same with the shut-off-button. you can turn off the pc with 2 clicks instead of 3 clicks.

will it be possible to change the positions of the panel and the unity-panel? maybe both panels at the bottom.

it would be user-friendly if changes would be possible (individuality).

will there always be a choice between unity and the old desktop design?

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marked as duplicate by dv3500ea, Jorge Castro, Stefano Palazzo Mar 12 '11 at 14:39

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Apps can be added/pinned an removed from the launcher.

The panel can't be moved around (by default).

The "Gnome-Classic" desktop will remain available, choose on the login screen.

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thankyou. will it be possible to change the colors of unity? why can't the panel be moved? – melodram Mar 11 '11 at 10:57

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