Missing Menubar

Asked by Łukasz Kuszyk on 2013-05-04

I have got:
 - 64-bit Ubuntu 13.04 (in Polish language);
 - 64-bit Hamchi 2.1.0.86-1_amd64;
 - Haguichi downloaded today (04.05.2013) by ppa.

There is a problem, when I launched Haguichi - there is no menu bar. I can't change preferences, etc.
However, I can use "Alt" button and then type commands, like "Edit", "Help", etc.

Someone know why menubar disappear and how to bring it back?

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Łukasz Kuszyk
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2013-05-05
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2013-05-04
Stephen Brandt (ztefn) said : #1

Do you use the Unity desktop environment? If so are you aware that in Unity there is a "global menubar" on top of the screen, instead of on top of the application window?

Łukasz Kuszyk (theevecrow) said : #2

Thank you, I totally forgot it :). I can't get used to Unity's look ;).

Stephen Brandt (ztefn) said : #3

That's one of the reasons I'm still on Ubuntu 11.04 with good old Gnome 2 installed as desktop environment :)

If you'd want to disable the global menubar, here's a simple tutorial to do so: http://www.liberiangeek.net/2012/04/disable-the-global-menu-in-ubuntu-12-04-precise-pangolin/