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irv
August 6th, 2012, 05:11 PM
I am using the Unity desktop, and have installed some utilities that run in the top panel. I remember some of the apps, but forgot the name of the one I want to un-install. It is a Notifier (see screen shot). The question I have is how do I remove this apps from the panel if I can't remember the name?
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black veils
August 7th, 2012, 09:37 AM
that is there by default, but i am fairly sure it is
indicator-messages
EDIT: i just realised you probably meant the little mail thing inside your messages indicator. what does it do? might help figure out what it is called.

irv
August 7th, 2012, 12:02 PM
that is there by default, but i am fairly sure it is
indicator-messages
EDIT: i just realised you probably meant the little mail thing inside your messages indicator. what does it do? might help figure out what it is called.

This actually worked to remove this app, but I am sorry to say it did fix my problem I was trying to fix.
Every time I startup I get this message.
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and I was thinking this app was giving it to me. But after removing it (uninstalling it) I still am getting it.
The message tells me how to fix the problem, but I can find this Web Accounts under user menu to reinstate access to this account.