Newbie: Desktop menu trouble
jvian10 at charter.net
Mon Aug 29 16:40:05 UTC 2005
On Mon, 2005-08-29 at 14:24 +0700, Fajar Priyanto wrote:
> On Wednesday 10 August 2005 05:16, Jim Cornette wrote:
> > Marcus Zingmark wrote:
> > > Running Fedora Core 4 since a couple of days and after leaving the
> > > computer with my siberlings for a weekend they messed up the bottom
> > > menu that shows the running apps. The menu is still there but no icons
> > > so I have to use alt+tab to change app wich is a bit irritating. The
> > > icon that minimizes everything is also gone.
> > >
> > > What should I do to get this working again?
> > If you want to add utilities onto the panel, right clicking the panel
> > for "Add to panel. Choose window list for the item that you desire.
> > While you are in there, you might find some other useful items to add to
> > the panel. CPU frequency, weather, kill application and other items.
> Can we delete come gnome configurations and then when we log in again, it will
> create the default automatically? In KDE we can delete the ~/.kde directory.
I am not sure what all the differences are, but Yes. There are 2 or 3
~/.gnome* directories. (I have .gnome, .gnome2, and .gnome2_private.)
If you delete them then log back in they will be recreated as the
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