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How do I remove the clock?

In messing around with trying to add an analog clock to the panel, I inadvertently added a second clock. when I right click the panel applet, there is no option to remove the 2nd clock applet. So, ...
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pop up panel applets

Im using debian 7.7 with gnome classic fallback mode I like how I can put programs and scripts into the panel in custom application launchers. What i want to do is have an analog xclock is fine, in ...
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Change the color of the panel “Handles” in a MATE/GNOME theme

I'm a new convert to Linux. I didn't like GNOME 3 so I switched to the latest version of MATE. I've been playing around with some themes and found one I really like. The only thing is I want a ...
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How to use the Cinnamon panel when using Awesome Window Manager in Cinnamon?

I am using cinnamon 2.2.16-1, awesome 3.5.5-1 and awesome-cinnamon from the Arch Linux AUR. The awesome-cinnamon package basically just creates the .desktop and .session files to load cinnamon with ...
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GNOME 3 - bottom panel is hiding - how to unhide it or change behaviour

After upgrading Debian Wheezy to Jessie, I experience some random unhiding behaviour of the bottom panel. It does not appear - as before - by moving the mouse into lower right corner. It seems it is ...
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How to stop gnome from forcing me to logoff / logout?

From time to time my Gnome 3 shell or some parts of it are crashing. Gnome sees a time out and is forcing the user to logout without other possibilities. "Oh no! Something has gone wrong." See ...
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How do I move gnome-panel between monitors without gnome-settings-daemon in xmonad?

I'm running xmonad with gnome-panel, but not gnome-settings-daemon. I start up gnome-panel by spawning in xmonad.hs. How can I (on the command line) get gnome-panel to switch monitors? xmonad.hs: ...
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What applets are loaded in the gnome-panel?

How can I list which applets are loaded on my gnome-panel? What gnome-panel do I have? I use the Ubuntu “gnome-panel” package and I’m not entirely sure what that means (version 3.4.1; ldd shows it ...
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How to go back to original top panel in Debian Mint xfce?

Changes to the top panel in LMDE w/ xfce have corrupted the formatting; everything is flush left now. Unable to get the time, window switcher and other items to go flush right. How do I revert to the ...
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Keyboard layout panel applet in MATE 1.6

I'm on a system with MATE 1.6.1. I didn't find the Keyboard Indicator Applet in Add to Panel list. How can I add this applet to a panel?
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How do I run a script when I switch between keyboard layouts

I use more than one keyboard layout, and I would like to find a way to run a script when I switch between them. Is this possible? So far, I can assign a shortcut for a script like this: #!/bin/bash ...
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synchronize gnome 3 (panel) settings between computers

I'd like to synchronize the configuration of my gnome panel(s) between computers and keep the configuration in Git. How can I dump / import the necessary information? I already found gconftool2 --dump ...
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GNOME Panel Completely Blank

I had rebooted my laptop running Debian while it was in a perfectly fine running state. After the reboot, I log in again, and the top GNOME panel is completely blank. I only have one panel as I use ...
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The application gnome-panel has quit unexpectedly

I'm getting the following error on a Solaris machine when logged in via VNC. The application gnome-panel has quit unexpectedly. The two options I see are Restart Application and Close. I would ...
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What is the 'pam-panel-icon' window?

After starting GNOME desktop, a window titled 'pam-panel-icon' appears, initially displayed in the upper-left of the desktop sized as small as possible. It can be resized, minimized, or maximized, ...
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Restore Gnome Panel to Default Configuration

Is there any way to restore the gnome panel configuration back to default?
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Add blinking network-monitor icon to GNOME / XFCE

I'd like to see if I have incoming or outgoing network traffic via a little blinking network-monitor icon in my system tray, similar to the network system tray icon in Windows XP and Android. I would ...
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System menu and desktop right click dont appear in Gnome3

I run Arch Linux with Gnome3. I need to escape from the "routine" and change to Gnome for some weeks or even months. When I open it I can't see the system menu (which is supposed to be right of ...
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How do I change the path used by the Gnome Command Line applet?

For my shell, I know that I have to modify .bashrc to add my ~/bin directory to the command path, but how do I get the Gnome Command Line applet to use that as a program location too? I'm using ...
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Is there a way to make GNOME Panel backgrounds stretch vertically, rather than repeat?

I have another strange issue with the GNOME Panel. Images I'm using as backgrounds, instead of scaling vertically, are actually repeating vertically, leaving me with a really weird effect: Notice ...
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Top and bottom panels disappeared in Ubuntu 10.10 (Gnome)

For some reason my top and bottom panels have disappeared. I can't right-click and add a new panel either. I tried executing gnome-panel from the terminal, rebooting, but no luck. Any idea how to ...
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Gnome panel missing application icons, chat bubble menu, and power menu

I've been messing around with my system too much and messed something up. I'm new to Ubuntu, but have been using linux on servers for a few years. I'm not sure of the correct terminology so I'm ...
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Gnome menu panel blank space

I'm having a problem in the top menu panel since a couple of days, some space has been created between some icons and I don't know how to remove it. A screendump: Does anyone know what the reason ...
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How can I figure out why gnome-panel is frequently misbehaving?

On my system (Debian Lenny AMD64), gnome-panel seems to act up now and again. I've not found a way to force it to happen, but it seems to be related to launching processes. Basically, I launch some ...