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    Default Restoring Gnome Panel

    I right clicked on the panel on my Gnome Desktop and clicked on "Delete This Panel", now all the applications are gone, I can only access them by using alt + tab.

    How can I restore the Panel, I am running openSuse 11.2

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    Default Re: Restoring Gnome Panel

    Quote Originally Posted by themban
    I right clicked on the panel on my Gnome Desktop and clicked on "Delete
    This Panel", now all the applications are gone, I can only access them
    by using alt + tab.

    How can I restore the Panel, I am running openSuse 11.2
    Hi
    You should be able to press alt+F2 and enter the command gnome-panel

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    Default Re: Restoring Gnome Panel

    Hi!
    I have the same problem and just enter the command gnome-panel don't work.
    Can anybody help me?

    /Per, SE-Vxj

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