Hey MacRumors Community! I decided that I wanted to be a bit more adventurous and installed Ubuntu on an old Dell laptop I have. Thus far it has been a pretty fun experience. I have been getting the hang of things. Lots of small issues I have had to deal with, but that's part of the experience. One issue that I can't seem to resolve despite looking for a solution on Google is that the menu bar for Chrome (the bar that has File, Edit, View, History, Bookmarks, etc.) is not showing up for some reason when I hover over the "Google Chrome" text on the top left. I took some screenshots to show what I am talking about. It works fine on Firefox and most other applications. I say most because I had the same issue with eclipse. To resolve the issue on eclipse I launch eclipse using the following command: UBUNTU_MENUPROXY= eclipse . Unfortunately if I run that command with "google-chrome" instead of "eclipse" , the menu bar issue remains. Does anyone know how I can approach this issue? Is Chrome on Ubuntu working for you or others without the menu bar issue? On another note: Why do you Ubuntu? (I wanted to explore what the OS had to offer and am liking it thus far) Is there an app like Better Touch Tool or Trackpad++ for Ubuntu? I have a Magic Trackpad that I use for my Mac, can you configure gestures using the Magic Trackpad on Ubuntu (something I'm gonna look into after I get Chrome working the way I want to). Thanks!