Is it possible to embed the terminal in gnome panel?So I want to listen to mplayer radio / playlist and see on my panel what is now playing?(but the panel is "autohide", soI would like that this "embed terminal" wouldhide with my toppanel automaticly)Simply I want on my toppanel see what is playing in mplayer and how big the buffor is
I created a new panel in Gnome (Fedora 12) and it wasn't showing up right. So I just told it to make another (with the same results), and finally one more. So with the two that are there by default, that's 5 total panels... None of the newly created panels where displaying at all. But after creating the last one the system froze up. Now when I try to boot into fedora my system locks up as it's trying to load GNOME...
Is there any way for me to remove those panels through BASH? So I can just boot to a prompt and get them removed. After that I imagine GNOME will load correctly again...
I've managed to ALT-RIGHT-click-add some launchers to the top gnome-panel. When i now click on a launcher the gnome-panel crashes(?) and reappeares, but the program starts without problems. If i do this two times in a row (1 sec diff or so) the gnome-crash screen appears and i've got to log out although all the programs are still running without any problems.
dmesg shows this: [14460.034820] gnome-panel: segfault at 18 ip 0000003810fc05df sp 00007fffcaae4c30 error 4 in libgtk-3.so.0.0.10[3810e00000+3fb000]
so i want to have an embedded terminal on my desktop. alltray --borderless --skip-taskbar --sticky Terminal --hide-menubar --hide-borders --geometry 60x600+10-10 seems to work, however, its just on one desktop and it's appearing in the panel, despite my
I am using fedora 12 x86_64 gnome. if i turn on panel transparency, whole panel becomes distorted, same thing happens if i choose a panel background.The problem was not there at the time of installation as i once tried it but after updates and all this glitch has appeared. I have experimental ati drivers installed. Is this a recognised bug with panel or drivers.
how to update my GNOME desktop panel? In fact somehow I managed to lose my notification Applet (system tray) because of which I am unable find volume control, network status etc... I hope updating the GNOME can help to resolve my problem on notification area applet. If I can get back the notification area I will be really greatful
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
So I just updated my IdeaPad to Natty and played around with Unity. The performane was absolutely unbearable so I installed Unity2D from the software center. Now when I start the session everything seems to be fine at first. Whenever I move the mouse over the panel though it seems to switch to my old gnome-panel from the "Classic" session (with some missing icons). When I move the mouse over that panel again it switches back to the Unity panel style. What is going on? Can I fix this somehow? I will have to use the classic session until I get a working consistent behavior
Regarding the gnome-panel in Ubuntu (64 bit).... I discovered some time ago that I wasn't the only one who routinely (every login) had their gnome-panel appear butchered, for which Alt-F2 then 'killall gnome-panel' would easily fix.
Having become impatient with this over the past 8 months, I decided I would automate the process and so cofiguring the startup applications seemed like a perfectly logical choice to me. Turns out I was wrong. After adding 'killall gnome-panel' to the startup applications not only does the panel fail to load altogether now, but Alt-F2 doesn't even work.
I tried Ctl-Alt-F1 and working with the graphics-free mode thinking I could somehow navigate to the startup apps config file and edit it, but I don't know where it is or how to edit it without logging in as root and I certainly don't know of any 'root password'.
Anyone have any idea as to what would cause the time in the gnome panel to stop? This is an epic failure... I would have been late to work today if it weren't for the coffee pot. I've had so many issues with gnome's panels I'm considering switching Desktop environments.
Today morning i accidentally deleted the top gnome panel. I created a new one which was just an inch wider. But i am not able to change any of the properties of the panel except position. It says some of the properties are locked down. I have gnome-panel installed already in my system. How do i enable these locked properties.
I would like to run Conky on my Gnome desktop, I've configured a .conkyrc and it works quite nicely if I launch it in a terminal. However .... if I set it to run as a startup application (by using /usr/bin/conky &), 2 unexpected things happen.1. Conky doesn't load2. My gnome-panel doesn't appearHowever, gnome-panel is running, as I am unable to launch another one.
When I activate Compiz through the Desktop Effects settings, the top one or two pixels of the top Gnome panel don't respond to mouse clicks. Is this a bug, or do I have to adjust some CompizConfig setting?
I like to autohide my panel. But for some reason, it won't show unless I mouse over one of the bottom corners of the screen. The whole bottom edge where the panel hides should summon it if I mouse over, and I have been able to do this before, but now, after a system update, it only appears when I mouse over those bottom two corners. Does anyone else get this, or know how to fix it?
am unable to add new workspaces to the panel and by default it is four only. When installed fedora for the first time I could add up to 36 orkspaces (fedora 10). I have tried deleting adding back the panels but no use
I'm experiencing a strange problem with GNOME Clock on Fedora 13. When the applet is in the bottom panel, and I click on the clock, the popup display appears at the top of the screen rather than at the bottom of the screen (above the bottom panel) as would be expected. Worse, the display appears higher than would be expected had the clock been on the top panel, meaning the display is cutoff (ie, the display goes off the top of the screen). I've tried playing with my .gconf files, and removing and re-adding the GNOME Clock applet, but nothing has worked. I'm not sure if this is a weird quirk particular to my settings, or a more general bug; can readers here check to see if the behavior I've described occurs if the Clock applet is added to the bottom panel?
On a fresh FC14, I am unable to drag a gnome-panel by holding the ALT-key. I would need the gnome-panel on the second screen. How to do that now? As per gnome manual it should still be working with the ALT key.
I was trying to customise my desktop, and I disabled gnome-panel as I don't need it (and auto-hide wasn't working). Now when I boot up I can't open anything as the "run" dialog using alt + q (changed shortcut from alt + f2) doesn't load, nor does the terminal via shortcuts. I'm using Compiz, and disabled nautilus drawing the desktop so Compiz could do it for me.
Do you know what I can do to get this back or to get the "run" dialog to open again? EDIT: Skype ran as start up, so I got a friend to send me a link, which opened my web browser. I then downloaded a file, and viewed it in nautilus which meant I could get to the terminal and run gnome-panel from there. I can now get it back easily when needed. Do you know if there is a way I can get the "run" dialog to work without needing the gnome-panel running?