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Task bar is the word commonly used to refer to bars capable of containing applets, window lists, or applets.

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How do you move the Unity Dash with a dual monitor setup?

I'm using 2 monitors with Ubuntu 11.04 and can't for the life of me figure out how to move the Unity Dash/Taskbar/whatever to where I want it (the far left side of the left monitor). No matter what I ...
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Restore rearranging programs on taskbar in classic mode? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why I Can't swap the windows on Window List at gnome panel after upgrading? In previous versions of Ubuntu, I've enjoyed being able to rearrange the programs on the ...
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My taskbar doesn't show up after startup

Just upgraded to natty. This is the first time I turned on my computer to use it. It didn't show anything but my wallpaper. No side panel or taskbar. Just the wallpaper. Now, I sort of know what ...
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Gnome panel hides window titlebar

I moved my laptop screen "below" external screen (was using left/right config before). There's a little problem. When my gnome panel is on top of laptop screen, all windows I maximize "drawn" under ...
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Is there any way to adjust the width of taskbar items on Gnome desktop?

Is there any way in which the width of items on the taskbar (or, rather, the lower panel) of the Gnome (2.32.0) desktop (Ubuntu 10.10) can be adjusted to take a more sensible width? While I can see ...
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Is it possible to dynamically change the task manager icons?

I don't use dock apps, just KDE panel with task manager. I want to know if it is possible to change the browser task icon to match the site favicon instead of the browser icon? I use Firefox 4, KDE ...
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Is there a “Hover to click” feature in Gnome Taskbar?

Does GNOME have a feature that allows me to hover over a window on the taskbar and select it without clicking? Thanks!
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Can I set up Gnome to pop-up its main menu anywhere when I right-click on desktop, and apps (windows) list on middle-click?

In XFCE it was very convenient to pop-up applications launcher menu and running applications list menu anywhere on desktop by right and middle click respectively. Can be Gnome configured to behave so? ...