Linked by David Adams on Tue 14th Feb 2012 17:25 UTC, submitted by Anonymous
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu It looks like a new "locally integrated menu" will make it into Unity, starting with version 5.6.0. There's basically no information about the new locally integrated menubar, except for two bug reports which link to some custom Unity, Compiz, Metacity and Light Themes branches so to see "LIM" in action, I've compiled all these branches and here's the result. The "locally integrated menubar" can be displayed on the panel (for maximized windows) as well as in the window decoration (unmaximized windows). But it's not displayed on both in the same time.
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RE[5]: Quo Vadis, Canonical?
by cyrilleberger on Wed 15th Feb 2012 14:09 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Quo Vadis, Canonical?"
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See the paragraph here as an example : https://wiki.mozilla.org/Windows_8_Integration#Hardware_Configuratio...

It is said that Wacom tablets are not compatible with Windows 8's Metro interface because their drivers do not generate touch events. Seriously, how does this make any sense ?

No, it is said "Wacom Bamboo tablet:
Current generation of drivers do not generate native touch events"

Bamboo tablet are normal pen tablet that also support multitouch. The most likely explanation is that if you use (currently) a bamboo tablet with Metro, it will be treated as a mouse rather than as a touch device.

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