I have a Fedora 21 box set up with the latest GNOME Desktop. I would like to completely disable the hotspot / hot corner / Activities or whatever it is called. I have read that using the
Applications Menu GNOME shell extension (enabled via
gnome-tweak-tool) will do the trick, but it does not (though it does properly disaply a classic applications menu).
I've also read that you can force the disabling of it by manually modifying this file:
but that file is not on my system.
$ rpm -qv gnome-shell gnome-session gnome-shell-3.14.4-2.fc21.x86_64 gnome-session-3.14.0-1.fc21.x86_64
One other note - not sure if it matters - I am choosing the GNOME Classic session when logging in, versus the default GNOME Desktop.
I have found no other alternative solutions to try.