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Old 01-13-2010, 05:16 AM   #1
james d. moore
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where and why did i get 1 normal panel and an on screen one want to eliminate the

the on screen one
screenshot file:///home/dave/Desktop/Screenshot-2.png

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Ok, that screen shot link is on your local hard drive; useless to us here at You need to upload it somewhere on the Internet.
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Right-click the panel you do not want, then choose to Delete (or Remove) the panel?


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