Would you like a Unity launcher, that starts a “Classic” style Ubuntu menu (instructions below images)…
Add the cardapio-team/unstable PPA, and install cardapio:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:cardapio-team/unstable
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install cardapio
Now create a launcher:
When gedit opens, make the file read:
[Desktop Entry] Version=1.0 Type=Application Terminal=false Exec=cardapio Name=Menu Icon=gnome-main-menu(obviously leave out the Quote line) and SAVE the file.
Now to add it to the Unity Launcher Bar…
When nautilus opens, drag and drop cardapio.desktop file onto Unity Launcher Bar.
(you can also launch the menu by entering cardapio into the application lens search box)
OK, you can either stop now, and the menu will open in the middle of your screen… or you can use the CompizConfig Settings Manager to adjust the menus position on the screen.
Make sure CompizConfig Settings Manager is installed:
sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager
Fire up CompizConfig Settings Manager, and navigate to Window Management>Place Windows>Fixed Window Placement (tab)
In the Windows with fixed positions section, click New
In the resulting Edit window, make it read -
Positioned windows = [b]name=cardapio[/b] X positions = [b]70[/b] Y positions = [b]30[/b] Keep in Workarea = [b]Ticked[/b]
and click Close
See pic below -