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This bugged me too so I've written a new caffeine application from scratch: Installation First make sure to remove the other caffeine if you have installed it: sudo apt-get remove caffeine --purge sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:caffeine-developers/ppa sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:behda/ppa Now you can install: sudo add-apt-repository ...
That looks like it might even be in the "Indicator Plugin" if not the "Notification area". Did you check the settings for both of those, and the settings for anything else that shows up in the Panel Preferences Items near there, like the battery monitor? You might be able to hide it if it's hiding in another (adjacent?) Panel Item.
That feature is not available on the unity desktop. You can, however, install another desktop environment. lubuntu-desktop, gnome-session-fallback, xubuntu-desktop, and ubuntu-studio-desktop offer either autohide or in the case of gnome-session fallback there is a hide function you can click an arrow to hide the top panel. For ubuntu-studio, xubuntu, and ...
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I had the same problem. I tried the answer from Saurav, but that did not work for me. My panel would never show when I logged in. So I followed the instructions from this page: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/XubuntuPanels These are the steps that I got it going: 1) Press ALT-F2. 2) Type "xfce4-panel" and press return. This brings up the Xcfe panel. ...
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