Fedora :: Move Gnome Panels

Aug 3, 2009

I just reinstalled, and now my panels are on the wrong screen. There is nothing on the right-click menu and they can't be dragged and dropped. How the **** do you move the panels to a different screen?

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Ubuntu :: Move Gnome Panels From Command Line?

Jul 31, 2010

Is there a way to reposition the Gnome panels from the command line?

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Ubuntu :: Open Terminal And Run Killall Gnome-panels In Order To Have Panels Shown Again?

Sep 22, 2010

Whenever I log in, restart, etc... There are no panels shown, I have to alt+F2, open terminal and run killall gnome-panels in order to have panels shown again. Is there a way to fix this?

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Fedora :: How To Remove All GNOME Panels?

Oct 20, 2009

I want to remove all of my panels, and i simply can't.I've removed the bottom panel, and when i right-click the top panel, the "Delete this panel" option is disabled. I've googled around extensively and can't find a solution that works.

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Fedora :: Default Gnome Panels

Jan 13, 2010

I just finally updated from Fedora 10 to Fedora 12. Everything is fine. Except.in my stupidity I decided to mess arount with the default Gnome desktop settings. Now I've done this before but I still can't remember exactly the moves I made. But somehow on the default Gnome desktop setup. I clicked on the "delete this panel button" from the top default panel. Well, of course things got wierd. First of all there is no default volulme control button anymore. I could go on and on. But, the buttom line is I just want to get my Gnome Desktop back to it's default settings. Without going too crazy.

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Fedora :: No Gnome Panels At Login (F12)

Jan 24, 2010

Intermittently I seem to have no panels when I login to Gnome on my F12 install.I can fix it by "pkill -USR1 gnome-panel", but there's got to be a root cause for it.I've found loads of results on Google, but no solutions, mostly Ubuntu users (you never seem to get solutions from Ubuntu users!)

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Fedora :: Graphic Glitches On GNOME Panels

Jan 13, 2010

I normally used Fedora 12, when panels gets this strange glitches:I've using Fedora for 2 months and this never happened before. GNOME and GDM version are 2.28.2 and graphic driver are open ATi/Radeon. Nothing worked to fix this - deleting .gconf and rest of GNOME configuration files.

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Fedora X86/64bit :: GNOME Panels Not Loading Properly Upon Log-in

Dec 20, 2010

I am new to this forum, so apologies if this question has been asked before or is placed in the wrong section. Hey there, I am running Fedora 14 on a 64-bit system (laptop). Upon logging in, (it doesn't seem to make a difference if it is an initial log-in or returning from logging out), the top and bottom GNOME panels occasionally 'miss' loading a few things, or loads them improperly. As an example, the Notification Area may be missing, and I will have to re-add it manually to the blank spot where it should have loaded. I have also had issues with the Workspace Switcher loading improperly and the System Monitor not loading at all.To note, this does not happen every time, but it occurs often enough to become an inconvenience. More often than not I will have to log out and back in again to fix an improperly loaded section of the panel(s).

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Fedora :: Completely Hide Gnome Panels Without Deleting Them

Feb 25, 2011

I am trying to completely hide the gnome panels on my desktop. When using auto-hide there is still a visible line of about 1 pixel, and the panels are still there anyways. I have gone into gconf-editor and changed the autohide size to 0 and it still doesn't completely hide it or make them so when i hover near them they don't appear. I am also not looking to completely delete the panels either. I went into gconf again and blanked out the required_components field, (didn't turn out the way i expected, lol), and had to start gnome-panel manually afterwards and lost a lot of functionality in the OS.

I found this tutorial last year for sending gnome-panel to the widget layer for Ubuntu, but cannot get it to work in Fedora.This works perfectly in Ubuntu (once you log-out), but it doesn't work in Fedora. Does anyone have any suggestions on how i can this exact same thing to work in Fedora. It seems like it tries to work, but maybe my syntax is wrong or something.

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Fedora :: 14 Gnome 3 Shell Preview - Bottom And The Top Panels Are Gone

May 26, 2011

I am running Fedora 14 on my Thinkpad T410. Tried to see what Gnome 3 shell looks like. So I went to: System->Preferences->Desktop Effects and chose GNOME Shell. Now the bottom and the top pannels are gone. I can see only the desctop and the icons on it. How can I get back to the previous settings? I tried and tried without any luck.

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Ubuntu :: How To Move Panels To Different Screens

Dec 20, 2010

I'm setting up a second monitor connected to my laptop via Twinview in the Nvidea settings manager for my system. It is working just fine, except for the fact that when I enable it, it puts the Desktop panels on the secondary screen, as opposed to the primary one. Is there any way to make new panels on the primary screen, or to move them over to the primary screen? I am running Ubuntu 10.10 64-bit on an HP Pavillion dv7 laptop.

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Ubuntu :: Move The Panels From Top And Bottom To Right And Left?

Oct 10, 2010

Is it possible to somehow move the top panel to left and bottom panel to the right side of the screen? I tried to use drag and drop but it does not work. Any simple way to do it?

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Fedora :: Can't Move Gnome-panel In F13?

Nov 18, 2010

This seems like it should be simple to do. I have a fresh F13 install running Gnome, and the gnome panel is on the left-hand side of the monitor. I want it on the righthand side. So far I have been unable to achieve this. I can't drag the panel (even with ALT held down), and if I try to set orientation to "Right" it changes back the "Left" again

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Fedora :: GNOME Windows Lag On Move And Scrolling Lags

Sep 5, 2010

Alright, on my last Linux installation I know I did not get graphics lag this bad.

So I go to move a window around, Nautilus, Firefox, a Terminal, and when I move it it takes a second to reach the location and refresh on my screen, and if I move my mouse within that time period then it will move the window somewhere I did not want it.

I disabled Smooth Scrolling in Preferences => Advanced => General for Firefox but I do not think it helped. It takes ages to scroll to where I want it and by the time it gets there it keeps going because I scrolled too many times. I receive scrolling lag on seemly any document of text, this includes gedit as well.

I'm working on finding out what graphics card I have so I can see if it has Linux drivers. I know it is an ATI, but I have no idea how to get its name using Linux commands.

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Fedora :: Gnome 3 Freeze - Mouse Doesn't Move

Jun 10, 2011

I'm on F15x64, intel i960, ATI 5870.

THE PROBLEM : gnome 3 freeze sometimes, the PC is freeze (the mouse doesn't move when i move the mouse. I must power down my PC for re-activate it. I want to shift to gnome 2 (i think gnome3 is excellent but it don't work) but it seems to be impossible. What i can do ? Does-it exist some combinaisons (like ctl+alt+suppr on windows) for keep the control ?

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Fedora :: Move OR Delete The First 3 Entries In Desktop Right Click In Gnome

Apr 15, 2010

OS: fed 12
WM: gnome

I would like to remove OR move down the "create folder, launcher etc" so the first button can be Open Terminal. I have used both NACT and nautilus-actions to get the Open Terminal on the menu - but I would like it to be on the top (old habit).

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Ubuntu :: Gnome Panels On Two Monitors?

Feb 27, 2010

My graphics card is nvidia geforce 7900 GS. It has two DVI outputs, and I have one monitor plugged into each output. I am running proprietary drivers from nvidia, thus also the `nvidia-settings' tool.

I'm running with the TwinView setting, enabling nice dragging and dropping of windows between the two monitors, but here's the problem:

Only one of my two monitors have the gnome panels at the top and bottom of the screen. I would like the panels to show up on both screens.

how would I go about enabling this?

Bonus Question: Once this is enabled, if possible, would I then somehow also be able to have different virtual desktops be active on each monitor? If so, how?

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Ubuntu :: Gnome Panels Not Movable In 10.04

May 12, 2010

I've done a fresh install of 10.04 (amd64) on a computer with two screens and twinview configured and I don't see how to move the Gnome panels to the second screen.Left-clicking and dragging them to the desired position (something that worked fine in 8.04) doesn't seem to work. Needless to say that the position picker in properties does not contain any "second screen" options.

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Ubuntu :: GNOME Won't Let Me Remove All Panels

Jun 25, 2010

Is there any way to take down all panels in GNOME? I'm using the newest AWN, and have no need for the panels. Any way to get rid of the eyesore last one?

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Ubuntu :: Get The Deskbar-applet In The Gnome Panels?

May 1, 2010

How do I get the deskbar-applet in one of my gnome panels? It used to be possible to add it to a panel in 9.10, but now it is not to be found in the menu where I can select which item to add to a panel.

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Ubuntu :: Gnome Panels Not Behaving Properly ?

May 20, 2010

I am having an issue with the notification Area, Indicator Applet, and Indicator Applet Session and the way they appear in the top gnome panel. The icons are scrambled at log in and I have to delete them and replace them to get things looking right. I didn't have this issue in Karmic; it has only occurred since upgrade to lucid. I have reset my gnome config files and the problem still occurs.

As a side note, the issue only seems to occur when the icons in the notification area or session indicator are abnormal. ie, sound is muted, lap top is unplugged, and so forth.

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Ubuntu :: Unable To Resize Gnome Panels / Do That?

Aug 12, 2010

I've just installed ubuntu 10.04. as usual, there is two panels, one in top with Applications, etc. menu, and one in bottom with Opened Windows, Show Desktop, etc.

i simply want two resize the bottom panel to have two rows instead of one. but it seems it is locked and is not resizable. i found no way to unlock or resize panels in Gnome Desktop.

i think it should be very easy, but i cant find how.

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Ubuntu :: Windows Stuck To Gnome Panels

Oct 31, 2010

I installed Ubuntu 10.10 in Virtual Box and while using Normal visual effects I get an odd problem with the windows. When a window touches the top or bottom Gnome panels it gets stuck there and I cannot move it away from the panel. Trying to drag the window causes the window to slowly slide to the right along the panel till it goes off the screen and finally pops free.If I turn visual effects to none the problem goes away leading me to conclude it is a problem with Compiz. Any ideas what is going wrong for me? It should be easily reproducible with the current Virtual Box software, Ubuntu 10.10 64bit desktop, and the repository versions of the Virtual Box guest additions.

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Ubuntu :: Configuring Panels On Gnome Desktop?

Dec 25, 2010

I want to duplicate the panel settings from one machine to another - which configuration files need to be copied between machines to duplicate the desktop panel positions and applet loading?

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Ubuntu Installation :: No GNOME Panels Or Icons?

Jan 22, 2011

After a new installation of Ubuntu 10.10 (regular or alternative) I get to the login screen as usual. However, after logging in I get no panels or icons. In fact, I only get the Ubuntu background and a working mouse cursor. The same happens when I try Ubuntu from the live CD (with a black background). The installation itself was performed in a high resolution with no problems at all! I got a panel there (for sound, wireless, etc.).

After installation I can also Ctrl-Alt-F1 to login textually to see my processes. When I restart GDM I will get back to the login screen, but I after visually logging in I again see no panels or icons! Where should I start with a working visual installation and login screen, but a blank desktop environment after login?

Reinstalling or creating another user will not work.

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Ubuntu :: Add And Remove Panels From The Gnome Desktop?

Mar 30, 2011

I noticed it is possible to add and remove panels from the Gnome desktop. However, the remove panel option also shows up when I right-click the two default panels for programs and open windows. What happens if I remove one of these panels? Will I be able to restore them?

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Ubuntu :: [Natty With GNOME] Gaps In Panels / Cause Of This?

Jun 22, 2011

I've upgraded to Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal and I'm using GNOME classic instead of Unity.
Here's my problem:
Sometimes, I see gaps in the panels. Portions of the background picture can be seen trough them. These gaps are usually temporary. Right now I can't provide you with a screenshot of such a gap (I haven't made a screenshot).
What could be the cause?

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Ubuntu :: Replace Gnome Panels With Docky?

Jul 17, 2011

So i have been playing around with docky lately and i freaking love it, i love this little docky. why the ubuntu devs chose that ugly unity side panel over docky i will never know but any hoo onto my question.

Would it be possible to replace all the gnome panels with docky? i need to be able to access my applications,places,system in the top panel and my wifi manager but other than that docky does everything else, is there a way to get the above mentioned in docky?

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Debian Multimedia :: GNOME Classic 3.14 Cannot Customize Panels

Mar 10, 2015

I've just installed jessie testing which comes with GNOME 3.14. However, GNOME Classic will not let me customize the panels. I've done Alt-RClick, Super-RClick, ... but the menu that adds/removes applets does not come up.

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Debian Multimedia :: No Shadow Under Gnome Panels / Compiz

Nov 8, 2010

Although "Shadow Windows" is set to "any" in CCSM I get no shadow under gnome panels. I tried adding (any) & class=Gnome-panel, but this does neither do anything at all. I'm using Debian Sid amd64, Compiz 0.8.4, X 1.7.7. Video card: ATI Radeon HD4570.

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