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It's possible. Open the terminal and copy/paste; nano ~/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css Add the following; .panel.maximized { background-color: rgba(255,255,255,0.0); } Save: [ctrl]+[o] Exit: [ctrl]+[x] Logout and login.


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You need to install GNOME AppIndicator by following the guide here


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Themes are responsible for this in Elementary OS. So you must edit a theme in /usr/share/themes.


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I have the same problem. sudo wingpanel fixes this for the moment. I always put the pc into standby and most of the time, there are two user sessions. I just did some tests and could reproduce and "fix" it: start E OS login with user A at the power Menu choose user B login with user B at the power Menu choose user A login with User A at the power Menu try ...


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I do not think it is possible to enforce one custom date-time format on every thing unfortunately. If you search for "format" with dconf-editor you will find 8 or 9 different settings for different apps that control date and/or time format they use and most of those do not provide for an arbitrary custom format. For example for the wingpanel the time can be ...


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The final solution: How to replace the magnifier/search icon using Inkscape See like this as an example: /usr/share/icons/McMojave-circle-dark/actions/symbolic/system-search-symbolic.svg So replace the icon using sudo inkscape (to run as root) with the elementary OS logo. I suppose you know how to open the mentioned svg file in Inkscape and do it. ...


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This solution is wrong, below is correct solution. Treat this as a way of investigation, please. Above /** .panel.maximized { background-color: #000; } **/ You will find: /********* * Panel * ********/ .panel { background-color: transparent; transition: all 100ms ease-in-out;} Change it to: /********* * Panel * ********/ .panel { ...


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For elementary-x theme you need to edit it here: /home/yourusername/.themes/elementary-x/gtk-3.0/apps.css or if you have it in: /usr/share/themes/elementary-x/gtk-3.0/apps.css Depends on where did you install the theme for user or for all users. https://github.com/surajmandalcell/elementary-x/blob/master/README.md As you can read here: git clone ...


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Solution which removes Applications name from the panel If you do not have vim, then install it with below command in terminal: sudo apt install vim Then type in terminal for example like below: (bear in mind that Nordic is a name of my theme which I am using currently, the default one is /usr/share/themes/elementary/gtk-3.0/gtk.css) sudo vim /usr/share/...


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The answer is here on Github. A solution is not there yet.


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I have been having the same issues for the past 1 month, never faced it before in my roughly 2 years of using eOS as my primary OS. Running "wingpanel" in terminal seems to bring it back, but it's an active process in the terminal, so if I close terminal, I lose the wingpanel again. Also the wingpanel only disappears when I click on the sound icon, the ...


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I recomend you to try to reinstall it, using sudo apt install --reinstall wingpanel.


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