As one of the new features in LibreOffice 4.0, presented a better integration of the global menu and HUD to Ubuntu. As the slogan says that Ubuntu is GNU / Linux. Would not it be good to give a little love to GNOME?
Since some time ago, there are specifications for the new GNOME menus (as gmenu), and would be pretty good to start saving vertical space.
I do not know the implications to switch to GTK3 (for example), but since the new theme Adwaita in GNOME 3.6, LibreOffice looks much better.
I appreciate that the developers have done so far, and what they did with Ubuntu agracede, but just tell them (as humble user) do not forget that other environments such as GNOME.
What exactly do you mean? bug#48835 is about gnome application menu integration. If you meant this I'll mark this as duplicate.
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> What exactly do you mean? bug#48835 is about gnome application menu
> integration. If you meant this I'll mark this as duplicate.
Hello, seeing bug#48835 is specifically not what I meant, because I believe very complicated that can carry all the options of what to GMENU and window menu (looks like a gear) for now without a complete redesign.
If you think it would be a small step to hide the title bar when the application window is full screen. The workflow GNOME 3 would handle windows differently (closing the application from the "quit" the Gmenu or from the overview).
Clarify the language of the title:
[UI] Improve Integration with GNOME desktop → Provide ability to hide title bar when the window is maximized (GNOME 3)
Sounds like a valid enhancement request, going to add the other bug as "see also".
Impossible to do in GTK+2. And GNOME itself deprecated this (confusing) behavior anyway — now they’re going for client-side decorations.