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I had the same problem. I tried the answer from Saurav, but that did not work for me. My panel would never show when I logged in. So I followed the instructions from this page: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/XubuntuPanels These are the steps that I got it going: 1) Press ALT-F2. 2) Type "xfce4-panel" and press return. This brings up the Xcfe panel. ...
As this answer states, Caffeine 2.6 and up is fully automatic depending on if your window is fullscreen. The developers removed the manual toggle in the menu bar. A new fork made by mildmojo called Caffeine Plus brings the manual toggle with the icon in the menu bar back. You can install it manually with the .deb file or via PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ...
To expand on what has been suggested above, and if you want to entirely remove the "Ubuntu Desktop" label, you can use: msgid "Ubuntu Desktop" msgstr " " Where the whitespace is created, in gedit, for instance, by holding Ctrl+Shift keys and typing U00A0, this will generate an ascii non breaking space. source
I have had this happen as well; usually after a fresh install of 14.04. Normally it resolves itself after a reboot (or 2, at the most). Never did find a literal fix except ... rebooting.
This problem looks similar to this one. It looks like the solution is in there, open all the comments. Both the suspend and hibernate may have the same root problem.
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