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Sorex
July 22nd, 2008, 11:52 AM
Hello,
I was just trying to remove the separator up next to the clock/date, and it deleted the two-screens thing, which when you click shows you the networks in range and their strength. I've tried to find it in right-click "add to panel", but the network monitor there isn't the same thing - it doesn't show you available access points. How can I get the original one back?

Thanks for any help on this!!

ramjet_1953
July 22nd, 2008, 12:16 PM
Done that sort of thing myself, in the past!

Relax! Very easily fixed.

1. Right-click on a vacant section of your taskbar.

2. When the menu opens, Left-click on Add to Panel

3. When the window opens, scroll down to the Notification Area item and Left-click on it.

4. Click on Add and then Close.

5. The Notification Area should now be on your taskbar.

To place it where you want, just Right-click on it and then Left-click on Move.

You can now move it to where you want on the Task Bar.

Regards,
Roger :cool: