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Old 09-11-2014, 06:08 PM   #1
moisespedro
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KDE 4.10.5 and panel launchers position.


Every once in a while, whenever I reboot or logout and login again the panel messes up with the position of the launchers, it is hard to explain. Usually they are:

1 - Chrome
2 - Terminal
3 - File Manager
4 - Spotify
5 - Skype

And, like right now, they are in another order:
http://screencloud.net/v/ttyM

Furthermore it doesn't let me reorganize them. I may try to move an icon around but it doesn't let me put it in somewhere else other than the position he currently is.

It is obviously not a major issue but it is a bit annoying. I tried with another users, tried cleaning my KDE configurations, etc and it still happens. Anyone else having this problem?
 
  


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