It would be nice to setup Gnome so applications opened in any additional workspace (any other than the main/first one) wouldn’t have a bar on top. So they behave pretty much like when you plug a secondary monitor in most OS.
Is there a way to do this? To disable the top bar in all workspaces instead of the first one.
@two you are right! using your method actually works
I tried creating an extension with gnome-extensions create --interactive. The extension is created, then I paste @fmuellner script at the end of the extension.js file. It appears on the extensions’ GUI list, but after enabling it it shows the error “Main is not defined”.
–There is a known extension around called Hide Top Bar, but it currently flickers with non-native fullscreen applications. This extension here serves me as a workaround to it. Combined with narrow titlebars it creates very neat workspaces to concentrate in one app, or a combination of windows you want to focus on (video editing, proofreading, etc.)