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I could solve the problem with the full removal and reinstallation of the lxpanel-indicator-applet-plugin package.


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In 16.04 (xenial) I managed to display a panel item for % wicd-gtk --tray by installing % apt-get install python-appindicator


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You are probably on Ubuntu 16.04, and have run into this bug. I recommend that you either wait a few days until it has been fixed through the package updates, or install accountsservice from xenial-proposed in accordance with comment #5 in the bug report.


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by changing locale update-locale LANG=en_US.UTF-8 LC_MESSAGES=POSIX


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I had the same problem and this solved the issue for me : dropbox stop && DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS="" dropbox start I found the answer at : Dropbox icon is not working Xubuntu 14.04 LTS 64 EDIT : This solution seems working only for the active session. And this one works after a reboot too : http://askubuntu.com/a/737615/545036


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If you have Kubuntu (Plasma Desktop Ubuntu distro), you have a built-in widget called "fuzzy clock" -- it's been around at least since 14.04, or as long ago as Plasma 4 has been out, and it's still in Plasma 5 as found in Kubuntu 16.04. Fuzzy Clock can be set to be as "accurate" as five minute increments, like reading an analog clock (say, "ten after ...


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click on system settings. Click on Language Support. Click on the Regional Formats Tab, and change language to English, and apply system- wide. and that will do it. Note: You may have to reboot, so changes can take effect


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It's easy to change language in Ubuntu, First of all Go to System Settings, then to Language Support. From there open the second tab which is named "Regional Formats". Then change the drop down bar's content from "Arabic" to the English language variant you like and you're all set. Re-login for this to take effect


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You're importing from gi.repository. The file for this module is: $ python3 -c 'import gi.repository, sys; print (sys.modules["gi.repository"].__file__)' /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/gi/repository/__init__.py And that file comes from: $ dpkg -S $(python3 -c 'import gi.repository, sys; print (sys.modules["gi.repository"].__file__)') python3-gi: ...


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To use a path to the icon is best illustrated with an example. In the example below, I keep the icons in the same directory as the script (indicator), which seems a convenient solution in your case. The bottom line is that once you initiated your indicator: class Indicator(): def __init__(self): self.app = "<indicator_name>" ...


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I'll just document here how I fixed this on 15.10: After having tried everything with no luck I finally noticed, that the resolution of my external display had changed to 2560x1440 (was 1920x1080 before) and for some reason this resolution made the indicator area not visible. When I changed back to 1920x1080 it was normal again.


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The following worked for me: 1: Go to System Settings --> Power --> Show battery status in the menu bar (change to: When battery is charging/in use) 2: Unplug the USB receiver and plug it back in.


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Add this as a "command" somewhere in your notification area: upower -d | grep percentage: | awk '{print $2} ' | head -1


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In my case I need to comment out (remove) line export LC_ALL=C in /etc/environment. Logout Login Enable weekend/date in clock settings


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First of all a clarification : the first screenshot in your question shows the datetime indicator. The second screenshot in your question shows the GNOME Calendar application. To add a new event open the Calendar application and click on Calendar -> Add event... in the app menu bar. As there is no official possibility to add a new event by using the ...


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Be sure to have sni-qt installed for i386 : apt-get install sni-qt:i386


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its so sad to hear that. Actually i made my own system icon with my name on this .. nice shortcut, thanks for help. My panel appearance


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There is unfortunately no settings option provided for that. There's only option to show and hide the name $ gsettings list-recursively com.canonical.indicator.session com.canonical.indicator.session show-real-name-on-panel true com.canonical.indicator.session suppress-logout-menuitem false com.canonical.indicator.session suppress-restart-menuitem true ...



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