How do I remove window titles?

Sekullarx

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When my cousin randomly pressed the keyboard, a white title appeared in Chromeium. I hate this title, how can I remove it?
I want it to integrate into the window display, like this:
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Must be alt key which shows title bar.
if that doesn't work, search settings for "title bar" or similar
 
Welcome to the forums!

Must be alt key which shows title bar.
if that doesn't work, search settings for "title bar" or similar
Hi,If you just tell me to press the ALT key, this does not work, and there is no such option in the settings.
 
Thank you! That's work. Is there any chance of doing this in other applications?
Depends on which desktop environment you're using?
Some DE's have options for UI customizations, KDE desktop is the most customizable.
 
Depends on which desktop environment you're using?
Some DE's have options for UI customizations, KDE desktop is the most customizable.
There is something called GNOME Tweaks, but there is no such setting in it either. Frankly, it has not been more than 15 days since I started Fedora. That's why I don't have much idea about Linux.
 
There is something called GNOME Tweaks, but there is no such setting in it either.
If you're using GNOME, all I know is that GNOME supports plugins, so you would have to find such plugin if it exists.
@f33dm3bits is skilled with GNOME, maybe he can help but I doubt because GNOME is very limited with UI customizations, it's one desktop that has the least customizations out of the box.

In any case keep in mind what you're asking is unlikely to be possible because web browsers are specific for being tabbed windows, putting tabs at the top and hiding title bar for more web page space, this is new fashion among web browser brands since few years ago.

Regular applications are not tabbed windows, so you probably need to search for something like "hide title bar" in desktop environment settings or in window manager settings.
This function is mostly for full screen applications, not for windowed applications.

Under KDE desktop there is "Klassy" style (3rd party style) that even though doesn't hide title bar it let's me specify some properties of the title bar, but good luck with GNOME.
 
If you're using GNOME, all I know is that GNOME supports plugins, so you would have to find such plugin if it exists.
@f33dm3bits is skilled with GNOME, maybe he can help but I doubt because GNOME is very limited with UI customizations, it's one desktop that has the least customizations out of the box.

In any case keep in mind what you're asking is unlikely to be possible because web browsers are specific for being tabbed windows, putting tabs at the top and hiding title bar for more web page space, this is new fashion among web browser brands since few years ago.

Regular applications are not tabbed windows, so you probably need to search for something like "hide title bar" in desktop environment settings or in window manager settings.
This function is mostly for full screen applications, not for windowed applications.

Under KDE desktop there is "Klassy" style (3rd party style) that even though doesn't hide title bar it let's me specify some properties of the title bar, but good luck with GNOME.
Thank you for your help.
 
@f33dm3bits is skilled with GNOME, maybe he can help but I doubt because GNOME is very limited with UI customizations, it's one desktop that has the least customizations out of the box.
Maybe you can try this extension, it has Gnome 44 support?
Unite is a GNOME Shell extension which makes a few layout tweaks to the top panel and removes window decorations to make it look like Ubuntu Unity Shell.

  • Adds window buttons to the top panel for maximized windows.
  • Shows current window title in the app menu for maximized windows.
- Removes titlebars on maximized windows.
  • Hides window controls on maximized windows with headerbars.
  • Moves the date to the right, reduces panel spacing and removes dropdown arrows.
  • Moves legacy tray icons to the top panel.
  • Moves notifications to the right.
  • Hides activities button.
  • Adds desktop name to the top panel.
 

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