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    Default How to enable KDE's Top Screen Menubar in non-qt programs?

    I've enabled KDE's Top Screen Menubar but it works only in qt programs. How could I enable it in Firefox, LibreOffice and normal GTK -programs? I've tried installing appmenu-gtk,-2 and -3, globalmenu-extension (for FF & LO), relog, but that doesn't have an effect. I'm using KDE 4.11.1, openSUSE 12.3, FF 24.0, LO 4.0.

    I know FF has extensions that hide the menu but I'm looking solutions that would unify the behaviour of programs.

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    Default Re: How to enable KDE's Top Screen Menubar in non-qt programs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cerule View Post
    I've enabled KDE's Top Screen Menubar but it works only in qt programs. How could I enable it in Firefox, LibreOffice and normal GTK -programs? I've tried installing appmenu-gtk,-2 and -3, globalmenu-extension (for FF & LO), relog, but that doesn't have an effect. I'm using KDE 4.11.1, openSUSE 12.3, FF 24.0, LO 4.0.I know FF has extensions that hide the menu but I'm looking solutions that would unify the behaviour of programs.
    Any solution in the meantime? I cannot use appmenu until it is compatible with Libreoffice

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