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So I am currently using these commands to hide the top panel in Centos 7:

/usr/bin/gdbus call --session --dest org.gnome.Shell --object-path /org/gnome/Shell --method org.gnome.Shell.Eval 'box=Main.panel.actor.get_parent();'

/usr/bin/gdbus call --session --dest org.gnome.Shell --object-path /org/gnome/Shell --method org.gnome.Shell.Eval 'box.visible=false;'

Which works great, but I'm not able to make these commands run at the start of the user session. I tried to create an sh script and make a .desktop file in the ~/.config/autostart , but no luck, any suggestions?

Also, I tried putting the commands in the .bashrc and the .bash_profile files, also with no luck. I'm missing something...

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  • Why not using a shell extension ? – don_crissti May 16 '17 at 23:03
  • Doesn't work for me. The gnome shell version that I have is the 3.14 – axor May 16 '17 at 23:16
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At the end, I found the answer myself.

I call a Terminal and Run the command. And then, the autostart worked.

gnome-terminal -e "/usr/bin/gdbus call --session --dest org.gnome.Shell --object-path /org/gnome/Shell --method org.gnome.Shell.Eval 'box=Main.panel.actor.get_parent();'"
sleep 3
gnome-terminal -e "/usr/bin/gdbus call --session --dest org.gnome.Shell --object-path /org/gnome/Shell --method org.gnome.Shell.Eval 'box.visible=false;'"

It was odd, but it's working fine now.

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