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Is there a way to hide the Messaging Tray in GNOME Shell?
I find the Messaging Tray (the bottom bar) in GNOME Shell rather inconvenient. I'm looking for a way to disable it. KRSNA 2 ZED seems to have written an extension for doing just that, but I don't know ...
Jan 20 '12 at 10:03
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