Configuring gnome panels from the command line
chrisjohn.clarke at gmail.com
Sat Nov 13 20:41:51 UTC 2004
On Sat, 13 Nov 2004 14:55:14 -0500, Chris Clarke
<chrisjohn.clarke at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Wondering if any one knew how to configue the gnome panels, is it
> in a config file somewhere? I've got twinview working on my computer
> and have a TV attached as a second monitor. I use it to run mythTV
> (an awesome program btw) but there is a panel across the bottom of the
> tv, so I just really want to eliminate that panel entirely.
Well I'll tell you how not to do it !?!$#@!# :)
I tried removing folders under .gconf/apps/panel/default they seemed
to match what was appearing on the screen. I deleted the folder
clock_screen1 which got rid of the clock after logging back in.
Thinking I was on the right track I deleted the rest of the "_screen1"
folders, after loggin back in I've now got two "bars/panels" across
the bottom with one full of all the orginal icons but doubled up, 2
web launchers, 2 open office, etc...
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