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Old 16th September 2008, 02:15 PM
cheshirex Offline
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Panel items not available message won't go away

I'm running Fedora 9 on a Thinkpad T61p.

Ever since I upgraded from Fedora 8, whenever I log in, I get a message stating:
Some panel items are no longer available
One or more panel items (also referred to as applets) are no longer available in the GNOME desktop.
These items will now be removed from your configuration:
You will not receive this message again.
Except... as I said, this message pops up every time I log in. I can't figure out what's causing it, and while it's not really hurting me (I just click ok), it's annoying.

Any ideas what it could be? Any information I can provide to track this down?

Thanks for your help!
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