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Determined to get the excellent original clock applet back from a few releases ago, I followed the instructions here.

... and removed indicator-datetime

I now have the wonderful world-clock + map applet running, but the downside is the "all-in-one" drop-down logout/suspend etc button has also gone - see: enter image description here

(compare: top-right of:

Does anyone know how I might retrieve it? I am running 11.04, using "classic" (ie Gnome) login. I would prefer not to use unity. I have also lost the volume applet too.

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I should also add, I've also lost the volume applet too! –  Dave Sep 26 '11 at 11:34
how is this coming along for you? –  rlemon Feb 24 '12 at 22:41
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Always when removing the applet read warning (are you sure you want to remove so and so) and note all the things it is going to remove so that later you can restore. Try this command and add session and volume:

sudo apt-get install  gnome-panel 
sudo apt-get install indicator-applet-session
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