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Unsettings: Tool To Disable Global Menu, Overlay Scrollbars And Tweak Unity

Mar 12, 2012, 10:02 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Using Unsettings, the changes aren't applied immediately and you'll have to click the "Apply settings" button for this which is a good thing as it prevents accidental changes. Also, please note that changing some settings like enabling / disabling the global menu, overlay scrollbars and others, requires you log out and then log back in to see the changes.

"Unsettings also comes with options to save and load saved profiles as well as to reset all the Unity settings to default (that's another unique feature, not found in other GUI tools). The reset settings to default feature, however, doesn't work correctly in version 0.04 (I've reported the bug HERE, hopefully it will be fixed soon), so do not use it for now. I'll update the post when the reset settings option works correctly. You can, of course, manually set everything back to the default settings."

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