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The system tray (icons showing loaded apps) was accidentally removed from the panel...what way is there to bring it back? Thanks.
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post #2 of 8
Should be:

Right click the panel>add applet>system tray.

That's the thing i love about Linux; you make it look the way YOU want it to
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Originally Posted by The Hundred Gunner
Should be:

Right click the panel>add applet>system tray.

That's the thing i love about Linux; you make it look the way YOU want it to
Nope...not there... =(

It seems like it's not KDE...in About Panels it says:
The GNOME Panel 2.12.2

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So did the panel go away or just window list menu? Are you using KDE or GNOME?
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Originally Posted by dangerousHobo
So did the panel go away or just window list menu? Are you using KDE or GNOME?
Using GNOME and the version of the panel is The GNOME Panel 2.12.2. Right clicked on "Remove from Panel" by accident and it disappeared. I can't find it anywhere in "Add to Panel..."
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If it says GNOME... Then it's probably not KDE lol

Shouldn't it be the same way with GNOME, though? I forgot; it's been a while since i last used GNOME.
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Originally Posted by The Hundred Gunner
If it says GNOME... Then it's probably not KDE lol

Shouldn't it be the same way with GNOME, though? I forgot; it's been a while since i last used GNOME.
Yeah...sorry about that- I'm believing that it's GNOME.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by The Hundred Gunner
If it says GNOME... Then it's probably not KDE lol

Shouldn't it be the same way with GNOME, though? I forgot; it's been a while since i last used GNOME.
Yeah but the Tread title "KDE System Tray" Confused me. lol
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