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Since Xubuntu 14.04, the Session Menu has been removed from panel and replaced by log out button in the Whisker Menu. The session menu can be easily restored by adding "Action Buttons" to the panel. But the item doesn't have any option to hide just the user name. This answer will explain how to create the Session Menu without the user name by using "...
Here you go. Follow the guide linked below: http://www.howtogeek.com/251616/how-to-move-the-unity-desktops-launcher-to-the-bottom-of-your-screen-on-ubuntu-16.04/http://www.howtogeek.com/251616/how-to-move-the-unity-desktops-launcher-to-the-bottom-of-your-screen-on-ubuntu-16.04/
That is not possible since the introduction of Unity in Ubuntu. Resizing the top panel is a Gnome feature and not part of Unity. Related: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/40415/how-do-i-resize-gnome-shell-top-bar
I can think of two possible ways: Using Drawer applet Right click on the panel and select Add to Panel... Select Drawer from the list of applets Right click on the Drawer icon and select Add to Drawer... Select Indicator Applet Complete, Notification Area etc. from the list Now you'll see all those icons only after clicking on the Drawer icon. Adding ...
Right click somewhere in your panel, select Panel > Panel Preferences, and you'll see your current panel is actually panel 0. You can there configure your panel, and add new panels clicking on the "plus" sign; and add new items on your new panels with right click on it, and selecting Panel > Add New Items. I suggest that you install xfce4-goodies (run in a ...
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