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Old 07-08-2009, 04:29 PM   #1
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Ubuntu 9.0 - Menu glued to Main Menu


Ever since the most recent upgrade a couple days ago. All of my "windows" are glued to/overlaying the top/left menu, which is very similar to the way MAC manages their application; however, this is extremely painful in Ubuntu/Gnome. Drag and drop does not work. I tried terminals, gimp. All the menus are replacing the main (application, places, system).

Ubuntu 9.05, Gnome, System updated to the latest version as of July 08, 2009

Please help if you can, thanks.
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