ClassicMenu Indicator 0.10 has been released. Now it’s based on GTK3 and supports Ubuntu 16.04.
ClassicMenu Indicator is a system tray area applet provides classic GNOME-style application menu for those who prefer this over the Unity dash menu.
Since the last was released two years ago, ClassicMenu Indicator 0.10 brings following changes:
- ported to GTK3, Python3
- Ubuntu Software Center in main menu
- custom logo icon support
- new preference window allows to change menu definitions, icons, and other settings.
- show wine applications, and even Android apps for me.
- various fixes and translation updates
Download and Install ClassicMenu 0.10:
Download the “classicmenu-indicator_0.10_all.deb” package from either
Then click install it via Software Center. Works for all current Ubuntu releases and based systems, though it’s built against Ubuntu 16.04.
Finally launch ClassicMenu indicator from the Unity Dash menu. Or just log out, it’ll start automatically at next login.
Is there a way to have the best of both worlds the unity launcher & classic menu at the same time?
Also, do you know of a way to make the Dash look more like the Deepin version? much nicer layout
this is a killer app i dont see why ubuntu and kubuntu went with the bar instead of the menu windows did that and it really sucked thanks man for making the classic menu i installed and 5 seconds later all my problems were solved