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Old 07-19-2005, 09:07 PM   #1
Kane635
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Gnome Panels


Whenever I restart the computer, my panel becomes the size equivalent of a 800x600 panel. It goes about 3/4 the way from the left of my screen to the right, in the middle of it. Like this...

---------------------------------
|XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX|
|BBBBBBBBBBBBBXXX|
|XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX|
|AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA|
---------------------------------

Normally, it is A but whenever I restart I get a B sized panel right where I showed on the diagram. It is also void of all buttons, widgets, etc.

Edit: X's are the background. It filtered out spaces.
 
  


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