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Simple answer is - you can not, it is hard-coded. To remove it you will need to modify gnome-panel source code.


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Found it! To remove both the GNOME flashback sessions all I had to do was run sudo apt-get remove gnome-session-flashback followed by sudo apt-get autoremove from the terminal. To remove GNOME Classic and Cinnamon(Software Rendering) I used this guide Here's how I did it: From the terminal run: cd /usr/share/xsessions Next List all the sessions using ...


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I had the same problem and this solved the issue for me : dropbox stop && DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS="" dropbox start I found the answer at : Dropbox icon is not working Xubuntu 14.04 LTS 64 EDIT : This solution seems working only for the active session. And this one works after a reboot too : http://askubuntu.com/a/737615/545036


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Default panel configuration is stored in /usr/share/gnome-panel/panel-default-layout.layout file. You can edit it, but better idea might be copy this file to ~/.config/gnome-panel/panel-default-layout.layout and only then edit it. That will allow you to change default applets and panel size. But this file must be available before user logs in session ...


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To change window border in GNOME Flashback (Metacity) you will need to do it from terminal: gsettings set org.gnome.metacity theme Ambiance


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Regarding Firefox After visiting the Gnome Extension page you have to allow the plugin execution - otherwise your Gnome Session will not be recognized. Therefor click on the plugin icon to the left of the Firefox addressbar and allow the execution.



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