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Jan 21, 2011

I have removed some items from the panel accidentally . Now I want to get those items back , but the problem is , when I press right click on the panel and choose (Add To Panel) , those items aren't existed . Those Items blong to some things that I cannot even make an application launcher of , such as : (The Item Of Quick Language Changing) to switch between languages easily and smothly , (The Item Of Controling The Volume) to increase and Decrease the volume , and (The Item Of Managing The Network Access) to connect/disconnect to a network . And There are some other items.

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May 13, 2010

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