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Is there a known way to hide the top bar in Gnome 3? I want it to be hidden by default, and visible only when I zoom out. The same way as with the workspaces and application icons.

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Try gnome-shell-extension-autohidetopbar (RPM). Double-click the bar to enable autohiding.

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Indeed that did the trick. Thank you. – mhitza Jul 8 '11 at 0:20

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