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Thread: gnome panel problems

  1. #1
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    gnome panel problems

    I am having problems with my gnome panel. the bottom panel. It started out with the icons being moved to the oposite side of the panel. Then any opened applications weren't showing up in the panel. Now I have no icons in the bottom panel. How do I restore my bottom panel?
    Thanks,
    Cygnis1

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    Re: gnome panel problems

    Hi. From a terminal (Applications->Accessories->Terminal):
    Code:
    gconftool-2 --shutdown
    Then:
    Code:
    rm -rf ~/.gconf/apps/panel
    And lastly:
    Code:
    pkill gnome-panel
    NOT a morning person...

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    Re: gnome panel problems

    Thanks,
    That seems to have worked. Now my network icon is gone from the top panel.

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    Re: gnome panel problems

    The Network Manager applet should have shown up after you restored the panels. In any case, when people say the NM applet isn't showing, most of the times is the Notification Area applet that's missing. You can right-click on an empty space in the top panel, select "Add to Panel...", and double click on the Notification Area applet. That should bring the NM applet back.
    NOT a morning person...

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