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Thread: How to get my taskbar back?

  1. #1
    vendetta18 NNTP User

    Default How to get my taskbar back?


    Hi

    I accidentally removed my task-bar from openSUSE(version 11.1 KDE
    4.1).

    Can anyone tell me how to get my task-bar back??

    Thanks in advance...


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  2. #2
    dusinm NNTP User

    Default Re: How to get my taskbar back?


    if u have got locked widgets first unlock them and then right click on a
    panel -> Add widgets -> Task manager
    and it's it.


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  3. #3
    vendetta18 NNTP User

    Default Re: How to get my taskbar back?


    Thanks man..

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


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  4. #4
    RCCrouch NNTP User

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    As a last resort you can delete the .kde or .kde4 folder from your home
    directory, log out then back in (will act like a first login to the
    gui). The only problem with this is that you will need to set your
    desktop back up the way you had it before.


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  5. #5
    vendetta18 NNTP User

    Default Re: How to get my taskbar back?


    RCCrouch;1943705 Wrote:
    > As a last resort you can delete the .kde or .kde4 folder from your home
    > directory, log out then back in (will act like a first login to the
    > gui). The only problem with this is that you will need to set your
    > desktop back up the way you had it before.

    Did that buddy. I lost every thing and the task-bar is still not
    there??

    Why have opensuse guys made it so difficult to get back your
    task-bar????


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  6. #6
    Prexy NNTP User

    Default Re: How to get my taskbar back?


    Think of it as an adventure! Set the taskbar the way you want it, not
    the way the opensuse guys want it.

    BTW, there are a couple old threads on this topics. If you search for
    them, you might find how to get the thing back in a couple of clicks.
    For me, it looks better now than the "standard" look.


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  7. #7
    RCCrouch NNTP User

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    If you need to restore the KDE4 panel to it's defaults then open a
    terminal and enter the following commands.

    kquitapp plasma
    rm ~/.kde4/share/config/plasma-appletsrc
    plasma &

    Thanks to Zarin (kwin dev).


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