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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 showing up, when you move the mouse in the middle of the bottom... but only in 1 out of 15 cases...

  • How is the right way to unhide (is ticking enough or does keeping the mouse there for a few seconds help ... and where)?

  • Are there ways to change the behaviour?

Current Gnome version is 3.12

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Moving mouse to bottom of the screen is usually enough to show bottom panel. Just move the mouse to bottom and a little bit more down ;) I know, sometimes it doesn't work for the first time. Second way is to use keyboard shortcut – windows key (left to the left alt) + m. Panel is not supposed to hide automatically, so clicking away from it's area or another wk+m will hide it.

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  • wow! thx... hard to guess that mouse movement... :)
    – PythoNic
    Sep 12, 2014 at 17:42

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