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Ubuntu 8.10 tutorials, this tutorial will show you how to save screen space.
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Also the stuff I want to talk about is a way to save screen space or make your Gooey look slimmer and just overall more elegant, okay. Now this applies to mainly Netbooks because you do not have a lot of screen space on that but on laptops or desktops, it makes it looks better too so you can try it too.
The first being is, you have your Pidgin here. You see how your buddies, they have like a little messages on the bottom and you know, you do not also want to see that shit and it does not look that nice. So you want to remove any of those things. All you got to do is go to Buddy in here and go to Show and uncheck everything in there like the Buddy Details and you see it looks cleaner, right.
The next one is on your G-editor, your text editor. Now you see how it looks, Tool bar up here, right and status far down here. You do not actually need that shit, so all you got to do is uncheck those and it looks better.
Same deal if you want to use Terminal. You see how the Terminals have like no Tool bar. All you got to do is right click on that and you see, Show Menubar. Just remove that like I did and it looks like this, it is nicer.
Now with your Nautilus right, this is what you use normally. You see how my icons here, it’s just icons. It does not have any words or anything like that right and to do that is, you know go into your Appearance up here. You see System, Preference, Appearance and you have this Window here, then you go to Interface and select, Show—Select icons only and do not Show icons. Otherwise, they have some other stuff like Text only and you see it’s Text only here but the icons is the best.
So to that is how you do that. Okay most people do not have a dock because you know the dock is not for everyone. See I have a dock down here, right but if you do not have a dock and you just want to use one panel, all you got to do is Add to panel on top here, right, Add to Panel and you see this menu and all you got to do is drag this one out, Windows List and you have a Task bar again, see? Task bear, you got all your stuff like that. See it goes back up—Task bar. So that is how you add the Task Bar just to one panel if you do not like two panel.
And now with Firefox, okay. Now, Firefox is the menus and the icons and stuff, it looks big by default but you can make it look slim like this like mine. You see how it has like the menus and like a Google Chrome kind of thing, right? And you see that the icons are like this just one straight bar, see? One straight bar. Now to do that, I do not make the video again, I will just post the video on the side and you can watch how to do that but basically you need Tiny Menu as an add-on, okay. But like I said I do not want to do that video, I will post a link to that, so other guy done it, okay.