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Old 19th June 2010, 04:44 AM
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Cool Gnote is persistant and annoying

There's a Gnote icon on the panel.
I removed the application using the add/remove software GUI (System-> Administration->Add/Remove Software)

When I click on the panel icon, the un-installed programme opens up

I removed the application using the terminal

When I click on the panel icon, the un-installed programme opens up

How can I get rid of it ?

# find Gnote (or gnote) doesn't find anything, but the programme still takes notes

How might I get rid of it ?
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