General :: Deleted Main Panel - How To Create And Add Tools
Jan 29, 2010
I deleted my main panel at the top of the screen. I created another but I am having trouble getting a few tools back on it. Mainly the 'Places', 'Administration', and 'Settings' options (I think that I worded them correctly). I of course went into 'Add to panel' but I can't seem to find those tools.
Broadcast Accounts...' and 'Ubuntu One...' from under the username menu on the top panel So it went from Screenshot2.jpg to Screenshot.jpg. (The first screenshot is from my laptop which works perfectly - just to demonstrate what I want my desktop (on the right) to look like)I have no idea how I did it, but have spent all day trying to get the buttons back, downloading many applications (and learning a lot about customising gnome!) but to no availEDIT: I've also noticed that the 'Synchronize on Ubuntu One' option when you right click on files and folders does not exist on the desktop pc
I have system that was cloned from another system hence the user was same in both computer. I changed the computer name - to TANU. Then I added another user - BANU. I gave admin rights to second user. Logged out the first user DON- who is now only the desktop user. Before deleting the account through users and groups - I deleted the folder DON from home folder. I restarted the comp. unable to login. I had created automatic login for both users. How to restore the folder DON while using root shell.
Before I get into this, here is a pic: At the top there is a bar that goes all the way across and it will not go away. I can't click on it to remove it. I reset gnome and it still stayed. The weird part is that it only stays on Desktop1 but not on 2,3, and 4. How do I get rid of this because it is annoying?
I'm new to Linux and Fedora. I installed Fedora a short while ago and inadvertently deleted the top panel that lists the applications, files, etc. How can I get this back? I can't even access the terminal because that was listed under applications.
I just installed 10.04 and am really impressed I am enjoying it more then win 7 and mac osx. The integration of social networking from the top panel was one of my fav features however my niece got hold of my laptop and deleted it and I cant figure out how to restore it along with all of the features. I dont want to have to reinstall now after finally getting everything where I wanted it.
For whatever reason, I somehow deleted my top panel and couldn't shut down. I built a new one and have put some apps on it but still could use 'Places' any idea how to recreate that? Can my original panel be restored? I am still very new to this.
I accidentally deleted the default, upper, panel and I can't see how to get it back! I've tried recreating it but I cannot see how to populate it with certain items, specifically the wireless networking control applet. So how do I get back the panel i deleted?
I deleted my taskbar panel. How can I get it back? I prefer to use a dock, and so I'm using Cairo-dock, and because of this, I deleted my taskbar panel, and I was just wondering how I would get it back, if I ever wanted to.
When I installed 10.04, I got rid of the messenger applet from the panel at the top since I always used webmail. I found a way to have the messenger applet automatically check and display new emails, but now I don't know how to add the applet back. Its icon looked like an envelope. I've tried the add to panel command, but don't see that one listed.
Was wondering if there is a simple way to make the kickoff menu slightly larger than the panel similar to the way Windows 7 can have their (formerly-known-as) "Start" button larger?I have KDE on my laptop and am trying to make the best use of the small screen space. The Plasma Netbook Workspaces is alright, but I ended up returning to base KDE instead.
just install kde in ubuntu couple of hours ago.i was just checking the panels and widgets.unfortunately i delete the bottom main panel. so i cant access any thing.just desktop is seen.without kde bottom panel kde is useless.its looks like this.snapshot1.pngwhat can i do. i want it to default position ?
I followed some badly-spelled online instructions to get rid of the last panel (because I'm using Avant Window Navigator instead), which had me do this: Ok some people realize that the gnome panel in ubuntu is very annoying and if your like me you dont want it there anymore, so you wnat to get rid of it (only suggested if you have something like AWN ), ok first push alt+f2, then in that type gconf-editor inside of it. Now in that a box should apear. Click on apps, thenGnome, then session, then required sessions. Then there should be a file called gnome -panel right click it then choose edit, then make it empty. then save it press ctrl+alt+delete, then it should not be there but if it is run killallgnome-panel, and to run it again type in gnome-panel. I did it, and now I cannot startup. ( I just get a 'busy' cursor on a blank screen.)
I didn't delete the whole panel, but just the bit where it shows icons of currently running programs. So now when Ktorrent, Kalarm or Desktop Drapes are running I can't see their icons on the panel and I can't find how to add the thing I've deleted from the "Add to Panel" menu. Anyone know how to get it back?
I just deleted my information panel. The top panel that contains the browser, applications, everything across the top of the screen. Is there a way to recover that information without reinstalling ubuntu. I am using ubuntu 10.04.
The top right panel item contains the shutdown, time, network icons, etc. I don't use the messaging icon so right-clicked and chose 'remove from panel'. The whole lot disappeared! How can I restore things to their original state?
I am running Fedora 12 with Gnome.I stupidly deleted the default Gnome Panel from my desktop.By the 'default' Gnome panel I basically mean the default one that is installed whenever you first install Fedora 12.