Quote Originally Posted by drumanart View Post
Thanks, you are perfectely right, but if you could be so kind and telling me where to find the configuration file that has to be erased I would be very pleased.

There's a link in my post with users who had the same problem...

Like i said, this method is only if your panel is crashing. By removing the config (.gconf .gconfd) you reset your panels. And they go back to default of when you first installed your OS.

Jimmy may be having a different problem altogether tho.

Here's a simple test. Make a new user account. and then check to see if the panel is funny