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First backup the menus mv ~/.config/menus/ ~/.config/menus.bak Then open menulibre and your problems are solved. :)
Try replacing Exec=env UBUNTU_MENUPROXY= usr/local/eclipse with Exec=env UBUNTU_MENUPROXY= /usr/local/eclipse (there's a / before usr).
Looks like indicator-session might have crashed/failed to load. Press Alt+F2 and run: restart unity-panel-service If that doesn't work, try running: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/indicator-session/indicator-session-service in a terminal. Note. The x86_64-linux-gnu part is for Ubuntu 64-bit, if you are using Ubuntu 32-bit you should change it to ...
Maybe to install indicator-appmenu will solve the problem. Run in terminal sudo apt-get install indicator-appmenu Take a look at How do I disable the global application menu?
After searching for a long time I discovered that the gear is hidden if the evince window is too narrow. So widen the window to see the gear.
SOLVED In the meantime, Ubuntu offered me update of linux kernel, so I rebooted the machine. Now everything runs ok, but still: Was it joke well played or a bug?
There is a simpler method. Just type sudo apt-get remove hud in Terminal. It will remove all the other packages and you will get what you want.
Yes, you should remove some packages. Use: sudo apt-get remove --purge appmenu-gtk appmenu-gtk3 appmenu-qt firefox-globalmenu thunderbird-globalmenu indicator-appmenu This will restore application menus in right place. UPD: there might be a few packages I missed. To find them, open Synaptic and in the search field enter "appmenu", check the found ...
In order to integrate Java applications with the Unity bar you will need an external library. There is one called Java Ayatana that you can get from a PPA. Instructions are on that page but I'll put them here sudo add-apt-repository ppa: danjaredg/jayatana sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install jayatana You will need to log out and back in after ...
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