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After messing with Muon on Ubuntu 13.04 lots of installed packages suddently got removed, including most of the KDE packages. So I thought that installing ubuntu-desktop and kubuntu-desktop would restore most of them, at least the default ones, but it looks like someting is still missing because when I right-click an app icon at KDE panel I don't see an option to pin it to the panel, i.e. the "Show a launcher when not running" entry is missing.

Which package do I install to get it back?

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Removing the Icon-only Task Manager and adding again solved the issue.

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Could you please explain in more detailes what is it you removed? I have the same problem and don't understand. – Violet Giraffe Sep 1 '13 at 12:47

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