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Missing top bar in Ubuntu 12.04

Im running Ubuntu 12.04, after a fresh OS install, i installed gnome-panel AKA gnome-fallback and i've been using it (GNOME Classic No Effects) without any problem... ...Until 2 days ago. I was ...
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1answer
125 views

How to combine two GNOME panels into one

I have GNOME with two panels: - top panel with menus (launcher); - bottom panel with taskbar. How can I combine this two panels into one?
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4answers
491 views

remove top and bottom gnome panels in Ubuntu 12.04

Background : I developed a python desktop application which is run on the top of Ubuntu 12.04 and it is running in full screen mode. I used gnome-fallback as a Ubuntu Desktop. Question : My ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 Gnome Classic (fallback) Panel Auto-Hide Delay

Apparently, Gnome-Panel in Fallback on 12.04 has an autohide-delay maximum of 10000. I want it to never auto-hide to behave more like a "wing panel." This was possible in previous versions of Gnome. ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 (Gnome Classic [no effects]) panel problem

Using Edit Menus I create a new menu named Miscellaneous, assign an icon and add several items to it. When I add that menu to a panel with Add to Panel> Application Launcher, it appears without any ...
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615 views

Running Programs not showing in gnome fallback panel

Day before yesterday when booted my PC showed a dialogue box telling some applet is missing and it had two buttons 'dont delete' and 'delete', not sure what to do I clicked the close(X) button on the ...
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505 views

user name is missing in top panel in ubuntu

username is missing in top panel in ubuntu 12.04 in Gnome Classic don't know why, i have tried to show it using dconf-tools but no success at all. How to show it back, i have tried to reset panels, ...
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203 views

Window top panel hidden

Ubuntu 12.04 Gnome classic It happens to all windows when resized. The top window panel is always hidden beneath the Ubuntu top panel. How to fix it?
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Gnome Classic - automatically add panel when external monitor is connected

Similar to: With Xmonad / GNOME, switch gnome-panel between monitors While at my desk, I use two external monitors with laptop lid shut. When mobile, I use my laptop display of course. I like to ...
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0answers
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How do I successfully remove Gnome Panels 12.04LTS? [duplicate]

So I have read many threads on various forums and tried all the prescribed key combinations to remove a panel. I have tried installing both dconf-editor and gconf-editor to change the key located ...
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1answer
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I've installed gnome-panel, where is it?

I'm confused, I installed this gnome-panel from the Ubuntu Software Center. After that, I can't seem to locate where can I find it. All I see here in the preferences is this Compiz which I find not in ...
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639 views

Accidentally removed default gnome panel applications

I accidentally removed the default Gnome panel menu on the top right (containing clock, mail, volume and shutdown options). After, I tried to get the menu back by adding some apps but that did not ...
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Double entries in the gnome 3 task bar [duplicate]

I am running Ubuntu 12.04 with Gnome 3. All was working well except that graphics were slow and even moving a window on the screen seemed slow. I installed the fglrx ati driver. Which seems to have ...
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1answer
853 views

How to setup extended desktop to untilize 12 monitors?

We have a 12 monitor setup and we're trying to make the GNOME panel display across all the monitors. But we don't know where to start. How can we use this 4x3 setup to use the full combined ...
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1answer
8k views

Add to panel not working in gnome-classic on 12.04 [closed]

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 ...
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1answer
1k views

How do you turn on the customizable gnome-panel features (like gnome-applets) in Precise?

I resurrected a broken laptop today. I took out the HDD, put it in a USB 3.0 enclosure, and created a VM that would use it. It was running Lucid. I took a screenshot of the desktop before I started ...
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2answers
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Installed Gnome but I don't want gnome 3 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to revert to GNOME Classic? I installed gnome because I liked the old gnome, but I installed Gnome 3, and even when I go into gnome classic, I can't right click the ...
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1answer
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Indicator applet in MATE

I hate gnome3, so I installed MATE (gnome2 fork) in my Ubuntu 12.04 desktop. It's pretty good, but I have a problem: it doesn’t have (or I haven't found) a working indicator applet on the top panel. ...
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1answer
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Problem with minimized window to bottom gnome panel

It's difficult to explain, because English is not my native language, but here you have a few screenshots. Didn't work for me Why It becomes white and how to change it? I'm using : Ubuntu 12.04 ...
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0answers
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12.04 Gnome Classic Launcher Icons on Gnome panel, size and spacing

I've been searching the forums and google for a while and nothing seems to work. I have a top and bottom panel in ubuntu 12.04 gnome classic using the default ambiance theme. My top panel has all my ...
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1answer
257 views

Unable to set “never” to “show battery status in menubar”?

I am using Ubuntu 12.04 with gnome shell. I have tried to remove battery icon from panel using the battery setting in system settings but to no avail. I use an extension called "system Monitor" ...
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1answer
1k views

How to delete the last gnome panel?

How do i get rid of the last panel in Classic Gnome session in 12.04? I couldn't find any way for Precise.
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How can I make the Indicator backgrounds transparent in the gnome-panel?

I've searched everywhere to solve this problem and cannot for the life of me find an answer. I am currently using Ubuntu 12.04 with the Gnome classic session. I am trying to make the background of my ...
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How do I remove gnome-panel settings?

My gnome-panel settings have gone crazy. I now have three bars at the top and three bars at the bottom, leaving limited space for working with. Is there a way to remove all gnome-panels settings? I ...
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2answers
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Which packages provide the pictured gnome-panel applets?

Which source packages contain the source code of the indicated applets? If the answer is a catch all source package like "gnome-applets", what is name and location of the individual applets within ...
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1answer
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When starting or log off/on, add'l panels show and some panel applets are duplicated

After upgrading to 12.04 Gnome Classic amd64,every time I log on a new additional blank panel appears on the top and bottom panels - which I delete every time. In addition, the default panel applets ...
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no background in second screen (separate X screen) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When starting or log off/on, add'l panels show and some panel applets are duplicated After upgrading to 12.04 Gnome Classic amd64, the second screen is pure white. ...
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1answer
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Ubuntu 12.04 gnome classic problem - multiple top and bottom bars

I'm using ubuntu 12.04, with gnome classic. I was using it with no problem. Then after I logged in once I saw 4 bars at the top of the screen and 4 at the bottom instead of 1. How can I fix it? I ...
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How can I put quick launchers in the top-panel?

How can I put quick launchers in the top-panel. There is space for many many useful launchers.
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1answer
2k views

How do I change the Super-Alt-RightClick combination for the panel edit menu in Gnome Classic?

I can use Super-Alt-RightClick on the Gnome panel in Gnome Classic (Ubuntu 12.04) and this gives the edit menu (Add to Panel, Properties, etc...). How can I change this? I would like to either change ...