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My kids put some bogus launcher on top bar (I have no idea how) :

launcher on top bar

How can I remove it? I get only next options : properties and launch.

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Don't judge your kids too hard for this. I just did it too by accidentally by trying to drag a JPG up to the tabs in Chrome. I dragged it a tiny bit too far and it left a little launcher exactly like this one and I couldn't figure it out either. –  Noah Mar 3 at 19:32

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Hold down the left Alt key and right-click on the launcher then select 'Remove from Panel'.

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Thanks, I would have never thought of that. –  BЈовић Nov 8 '11 at 20:25
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I never would have though of that either. I added a launcher myself and couldn't figure out how to get rid of it. How about just adding "remove" to the right click context menu? Right now it only has "Launch" and "Properties". –  user47385 Feb 21 '12 at 14:46
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From an anonymous user(not the person who posted this): Note: You may need to press the Super key (= Windows-Key) at the same time on some systems, i.e. hold down both the left Alt key and the Windows key before right-clicking. –  hexafraction Aug 26 '12 at 16:15
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Why design in that way? It's very confusing. –  imwilsonxu Jan 25 '13 at 8:14

The latest version of Gnome Classic (Apr 2012, at least for me) requires: Alt + Super (Windows) and right-click.

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Thanks man, this was the right answer for me. I guess this varies among versions. –  Seb Jul 8 '12 at 17:49
    
works on ubuntu 13.10 :) –  RezaSh Jan 29 at 10:10

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