Use Gnome Shell’s Header Bar in Rhythmbox Music Player

For Gnome Shell users, Rhythmbox music player now looks better by using new GTK3 header bar (client-side decorations) provided by alternative-toolbar plugin. Thanks to David Mohammed, Ozon and Georgi Karavasilev. With the new alternative-toolbar plugin, Rhythmbox player looks better in Gnome: And below is the plugin configuration window with a few options: How to install… Continue reading Use Gnome Shell’s Header Bar in Rhythmbox Music Player

Enable Client-side Decorations for Rhythmbox in Ubuntu 14.04/14.10

For Rhythmbox users who are using Gnome Shell, now there’s a plugin to make it look like a real Gnome application by enabling the GTK3 Client-side Decorations (Header bar). Thanks to david mohammed, with this alternative-toolbar plugin Rhythmbox in Gnome looks like: For non-gnome desktops, this plugin doesn’t use the CSD header bar by default.… Continue reading Enable Client-side Decorations for Rhythmbox in Ubuntu 14.04/14.10

Get Back Normal Title Bars For Some Gnome Apps in Ubuntu 14.04

In Ubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 14.10, some Gnome applications use client-side decorations which don’t work properly in the default Unity Desktop. The applications with client-side decorations look broken in Unity and they are unresizable. Here are some examples: gtk3-nocsd, a hack by one of the LXDE founders, is a small module used to disable the… Continue reading Get Back Normal Title Bars For Some Gnome Apps in Ubuntu 14.04