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    Exclamation TASKBAR MESSED UP.

    After a view experiments it finally hapaned: The taskbar to the Matrix disappeared.

    I got it back by typing "kicker" into command line - I got the OpenSuse taskbar...I don't like that one I switched to KDE view...but now I'm back to the old style.

    How do I set the taskbar to be the one that appears right after installation, guys?

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    * TheMask,
    right click the icon and select "Switch to Suse Menu Style" or "Switch to KDE Menu Style". Not sure which one you got right now :-)

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    Thanks, worked. Raised your rep.

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    Hey, I also messed up my taskbar and ended with no taskbar at all. Can anyone tell me how to get that back?

    Thanks in advance.

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    * vendetta18 wrote, On 02/12/2009 12:06 PM:
    > Hey, I also messed up my taskbar and ended with no taskbar at all. Can
    > anyone tell me how to get that back?


    Right click the desktop, Unlock Widgets if necessary, Add Panel. Right click the panel, Add Widgets, add the Task Manager widget.

    HTH
    Uwe

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    Thank you buckesfeld..

    I got the task-bar, but how am I supposed to get the task-bar which was there when I installed my openSUSE??

    I tried right-clicking the task-bar, but there are no options as "Switch to Suse Menu Style" or "Switch to KDE Menu Style"

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    Default Re: TASKBAR MESSED UP.

    If worse comes to worse you can always delete the .kde or .kde4 folder from your home directory, log out then log back in. The desktop will be reset to it's original defaults. You will need to reconfigure the desktop to get it looking the way it did before.

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    On 02/13/2009 vendetta18 wrote:
    > I tried right-clicking the task-bar, but there are no options as
    > "Switch to Suse Menu Style" or "Switch to KDE Menu Style"


    Uhm, that's not the taskbar, but the application launcher menu. Add that as well, same method as adding the task bar.

    Uwe

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckesfeld View Post
    On 02/13/2009 vendetta18 wrote:
    > I tried right-clicking the task-bar, but there are no options as
    > "Switch to Suse Menu Style" or "Switch to KDE Menu Style"


    Uhm, that's not the taskbar, but the application launcher menu. Add that as well, same method as adding the task bar.

    Uwe
    I tried to find the widget for "task-bar" but it is not there in my widgets. can you tell me from where i can get that

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    If you right-click on the desktop and select "add widgets," near the bottom of the list will be both "System Tray" and "Task Manager." If they are not, try reloading them by using the "install new widgets" button at the bottom of the "add widgets" dialog box.
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