The gnome shell extension "Hide Titlebar" is a fork of the extension "Maximus", which allows to hide the titlebars of maximized windows. Unlike the original extension it is possible, that only the titlebars of windows, which are located on the screen, that contains the top panel of the GNOME shell, are hidden by the extension due to better multi-monitor support.

Features

  • Allows to hide the titlebars of maximized windows of the GNOME shell
  • It is possible, that only windows, that are located on the screen, which contains the top panel of the GNOME shell, are considered by the extension
  • It is possible to hide also the titlebars of half-maximized windows
  • It is possible to add specific windows on a blacklist/whitelist

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Intended Audience

Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Gnome

Programming Language

JavaScript

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2013-09-18