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I just installed Xubuntu, which came with Gnome. Is it possible to move the application toolbar to the top of the Desktop, mimicking the behavior of Mac OS X?

I'm talking about the toolbar "File Edit View History Bookmarks Tools Help" that appears in Firefox, for example. I would like to move this toolbar to the top of the desktop, making it part of the "Applications Places FF Help".

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@Arjan van Bentem: thank you :) – Tom Dec 13 '09 at 10:11
I recall there being a plugin, but it wasn't exactly stable. It's been a while though. – Phoshi Jan 12 '10 at 10:01
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I think what you are looking for is globalmenu.

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