It's not possible at the moment
+1It's a great lack: Waste space on laptops/netbooks and breaks themes.
perhaps it's time to revisit this issue?I'm constantly switching between sublime and vim because of this, would love to use sublime full time but the real estate space wasted is driving me nuts.
+1I need this as well.
Any news on this, it's bloody annoying!
Please add this funcionality, not being able to hide the menu make ST2 less awesome.
I would like to have this as well.
On Ubuntu 11.10, because of Unity's global menu, ST2 basically functions as if you had the menu disabled in both fullscreen and distraction-free mode. Hardly a fix, I know.
+1, also vote!
sublimetext.userecho.com/topic/9 ... -on-linux/
+1Hi all. Now you can use http://pastie.org/3924308, but this have some troubles with sublime.
+1 Vote for it on Uservoice
I would like to see this feature on linux as well.
+1Maybe adding an option to completely disable menu bar would be easier than some advanced auto-hiding solutions?
I see that on the main page for linux users, we see sublime on ubuntu without a menu bar. Is there some secret option that we are not aware of?
More than a year has passed since I've posted about this issue (it really is an issue).I believe this needs to be addressed, so do 66 other users (and probably more who haven't bothered voting).At the very minimum we should know if\when this will be implemented.
so, it fixed?