Unity and Gnome Classic combined

Asked by BuelentR on 2012-05-15

My latest observation might be of no interest: I am playing around with three desktops: Unity, Gnome 3.4, and Gnome Classic (before making a final decision). I am using Ubuntu Tweak for one or the other reason every day. I observed that when using Gnome Classic the submenu for Unity is inactive - evidently.

Yesterday, I used Ubuntu Tweak under Gnome Classic, and on the favourite bar tio the right the menu for Unity was there - and I clicked it. Suddenly I had a combination of both desktops - Unity and Gnome Classic. At first, I did not know what to do, since I did not like the idea of having both.

 I wanted to re-install everything.

By coincidence I found out then, that when installing CCSM - CompizConfig Settings Manager - you can simply unclick the Unity add-on - a feature which I did not find in Ubuntu Tweak.

I do not know whether this a bug or something the like. It was simply annoying - and so I wanted to put down my observation.....

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2012-05-15
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2012-05-17
Ding Zhou (tualatrix) said : #1

Thank you very much, this is an bug.

The Unity shouldn't be showed in the Recently Used items when you are not in Unity desktop.

I will create a bug report then to fixed it. Thanks.

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