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Old 10-13-2007, 02:25 PM   #1
Registered: Jan 2007
Distribution: Ubuntu
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GNOME panel stays on top of screensaver

so i've been having issues with the menus and especially the GNOME panel not being above or below the right things. For instance, sometimes I will click on the File button in firefox and the drop down menu will be behind the window (thus making it useless). Or the GNOME panel is now above eveything so fullscreen items, including the screensaver still show the panel.

I'm running fusion with emerald. could that be the issue? how do i fix this or what should i look at?



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