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When I right click with mouse on the Panel in the system menu I don't see all the commands that were before.

For example, when I click on the Panel I see only two commands: (1) Help and (2) About the panel. On the applets also there are some commands dissappeared.

How to solve this problem?

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This is as a result of moving to application indicators, there is no longer a seperate left/right click for items, just left click.

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I think it doesn't answer to my question, at least doesn't solve. – Bakhtiyor Dec 6 '10 at 0:30
Can you perhaps add more detail to your question? A screenshot perhaps? – Jorge Castro Dec 6 '10 at 0:34
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I managed to solve my problem by running following command in the terminal and logging out from the system

rm -r ~/.gconf/apps/panel

However I have lost my data of the panel. So, be carefull if you want to use this command.

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