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    Default Lost 24 hour taskbar clock

    I tried moving the 24 hour clock in the bottom taskbar and deleted it by mistake. The clock and all the icons on the right side slid over to the left side for some reason. How do you put it back in the lower right corner? Everything is bunched up on the lower left side in the taskbar.

    Also for some reason all the icons in the taskbar slid over to the far left side. They were the icons right next to the 24 hour clock. I can't figure out how to move them icons back next to the 24 hour clock when I find out how to get the 24 hour clock back.
    Can somebody help?

    I have open Suse11 KDE4.

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    Default Re: Lost 24 hour taskbar clock

    Click on the symbol on the far right of the panel and then you can move the icons
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    Default Re: Lost 24 hour taskbar clock

    geoffro,
    Tried that but they won't go back to the right side. All it does is moves further left then other icons slide over to the right of each other. I can't get anything to move back to the far right side where the taskbar clock was.

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    Default Re: Lost 24 hour taskbar clock

    right click your mouse over the applet and select 'move'.

    you can add a clock back by right clicking your mouse over the taskbar of your choice and selecting "add to panel".
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    Default Re: Lost 24 hour taskbar clock

    zander13,
    OK, got the digital clock back but it placed it in the middle of the taskbar. When I click to 'move it' it will only move towards the left. I can't move it or anything else to the far right side where it originally was.

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    Default Re: Lost 24 hour taskbar clock

    * cybrsaylr,

    right click on the panel, panel settings. Then you can shove around stuff on the panel.

    HTH
    Uwe

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    Default Re: Lost 24 hour taskbar clock

    Quote Originally Posted by buckesfeld View Post
    * cybrsaylr,

    right click on the panel, panel settings. Then you can shove around stuff on the panel.

    HTH
    Uwe
    OK, did that and just get a popup box for 'configure panel -P' with a Size: small and Location: bottom option.
    It won't let me shove around any icons in the taskbar.

    When I click on the, digital clock> start move of digital clock, I can only move it towards the left, it will not move to the far right corner. The same with the other taskbar icons.

    This same thing would occur while running the Live CD of openSUSE before I installed it. To fix this I'd just reboot and all was well again with the taskbar icons locations but I can't do that now since openSUSE is installed.
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    Default Re: Lost 24 hour taskbar clock

    Can you put up a screen shot? I think I can visualize what you're saying but I think it might be a little easier to see it

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    Default Re: Lost 24 hour taskbar clock

    sailorcire,
    How do you do a sreenshot with openSUSE?
    I know how to do that with Ubuntu but don't see any screenshot options with openSUSE.
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    Default Re: Lost 24 hour taskbar clock

    just push the print screen button that's the default for me

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