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Old 04-04-2007, 06:44 PM   #1
Registered: Oct 2006
Location: Ontario, Canada
Distribution: Xubuntu 6.06!! =D
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Missing panels - Xubuntu 6.06 (XFCE 4.2 or 4.4)

I forgot to log myself out, and my sister logged me out. For some retarted reason, I have no idea what, the panels were first to go, and STILL won't reappear.

Any ideas on how to bring 'em back? Restarting X, and logging out and in don't do anything.


EDIT: Oh, and the "Panel" option in the menu thingy won't work.

EDIT2: The tips on the other topics aren't working.

EDIT3: I guess this is a bit of a waste of space now, I've found it; Alt+F2 xfce4-panel should bring back the panel, if you've got this problem, I know I did, and it works now. Thank you if anyone's trying to answer this now, but problem solved.

Note to self: Don't jump ;P

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