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Restart into Safe Mode by holding Shift on boot, then log in, then reboot normally. This clears any broken caches. Also try disabling TotalFinder and other Finder extensions if the problem persists.
You mean this Instead of this ? It's the new default since Yosemite - translucent menu bar [it shows the desktop behind] & also some app windows, Mail, Safari etc Disable it with System Prefs > Accessibility > Display > Reduce Transparency.
In an official Apple HIG there's the statement: When the user goes to a new level in a navigation hierarchy, two things should happen: The navigation bar title should change to the new level’s title, if appropriate. A back button should appear in the left end of the bar; it can be labeled with the previous level’s title if it adds value. I ...
It's called the Navigation Area and you can't change it's position, but you can hide the menu with ⌘+0. To unhide it, just type ⌘ plus a number from 1 to 8 depending the tab you want to show.
Homebrew provides the zenity package. It uses the MacOS X11 server (emulation) Xquartz. Makes it easier to have cross-OS implementations, but it is not native MacOS X gui.
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