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I cannot access the "add to panel" menu in Ubuntu 12.04 Gnome classic (no effects), I tried both with ALT + right click and ALT + WIN + right click, but the menu does not appear. Would you have any suggestion?

I need it because the list of current open windows at the bottom of the page disappeared.

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Welcome to AskUbuntu. Try Meta+Alt+Rightclick at top panel and add New Panel. I've try. –  penreturn Oct 1 '12 at 18:34
    
This question does not seem too localized. It is getting decent votes. –  jcalfee314 Mar 2 at 22:37
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closed as too localized by jokerdino, fossfreedom Nov 27 '12 at 12:38

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Found the problem, I had setup a key binding for the WIN button, once I found and removed it, WIN + ALT + RightClick started working.

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