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This has happened to me before too.I found out that going into /home/.cache/sessions and deleting the files that you find there and restarting xfce fixes the problem (Well it did for me).I hope it does for you.
Did you perhaps accidentally delete the menu by right-clicking and clicking on 'Remove from panel'? If so, right-click and click 'Add to panel', selecting the Desktop Menu when the window 'Add to panel' comes up.
Thanks for your replies, I did try these things but the xfce menu is not in the list with possible items to add to the panel.
Maybe I need to emerge some package to get the menu of xfce but can't find which.
May we know what other items are in the list !
Kindly list them here:
I have the same problems. Menu has disappeared from panel, but i can start it by right-clicking from desktop.
Possible items in Right-clicking on panel -> Add New Itemss... :
CPU Frequency Monitor
Disk Performance Monitor
Separotor or Spacing
System Load Monitor
Verve Command Line