I seem to have forgotten how to do this, and I don't think I'm phrasing it right for a google search, nor do I see a keyboard shortcut for this. I'd like to be able to show an application's menu (such as file, edit, etc.)
Does anyone know how to do this for Ubuntu 19.10?
To clarify, in Unity we had the "menu bar" per application, which exposed application-specific dropdowns beyond the dropdown that appears in the upper left in GNOME shell. Here's an example of a tutorial that deals with the "menu bar" in Unity: https://www.howtogeek.com/187999/how-to-enable-local-menus-in-ubuntu-14.04/
I prefer to continue to use GNOME shell (or the current Ubuntu-flavored equivalent, that's fine) but I would like a way to display the "menu bar" options for an application.