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I installed Ubuntu 11.04 yesterday, and some problems came up. Most of them are fixed, but one thing that still annoys me is that I can no longer reorder my open windows on the Gnome Panel. I used to be able to drag them back and forth to order them the way I like, but this is is not possible anymore. I also lost the possibility to drag a file from Nautilus, down to a window on the panel, so the window would open, and drop it in that window. Now nothing happens when I try this.
I did a pretty fresh install on my computer, deleting most of the hidden config folders in my home folder, as they have aquired a lot of crap over the years, but I can't remember having to activate this functionality manually before. What can I do to get it back?