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    Question Gnome Panel messed up after repairing broken Firefox

    I was not aware of broken FF 3.0.10 so I had to fix it by myself [a complete purge and re-install]

    The next day, FF worked well but I noticed Gnome Panel had issues with menu's translation : some lines had right localization and the remaining ones were stuck into English (but I'm NOT the only user of this desktop so I need to have the full localization asap ]

    already tried:
    *updating GNOME from PPAs* [not from scratch, it always fail 'make' or 'install' when I try -_- ]
    *another kernel*
    *set LC_ALL LANG LANGUAGE into /etc/environment*
    *dpkg-reconfigure locales* (I still have us.US UTF-8 in the first line of terminal output, I erased the right folder in Nautilius but nothing happened)


    any clue ????

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    Re: Gnome Panel messed up after repairing broken Firefox

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    Re: Gnome Panel messed up after repairing broken Firefox

    Before you proceed, create a new user account, log in to that new user's account, and see if the panel is working correctly.

    If it works correctly for the new account, it's likely that have a problem with your panel's user configuration - resetting the settings should help.

    You can reset the panel configuration by removing the following folders:
    Code:
    ~/.gconf/apps/panel
    ~/.gnome2/panel2.d
    BACKUP these files/folders before deleting.

    I also don't recommend that you use third-party packages/builds for the panel, keep everything to defaults.

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    Angry Re: Gnome Panel messed up after repairing broken Firefox

    thanks lad/mate,
    already tried your advice yesterday and nothing happened.

    I tried also to restore GNOME default packages (deleted actual configuration after a backup) but
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