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Old 8th September 2007, 08:41 AM
nstreet Offline
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Desktop Problems

Since running yum updates after a new install of FC 7, every time I launch a window or application it seems to be docked in the top left corner of the screen and I am unable to run an others until the app is closed, mainly because the main fedora menu disappears and I only have the app menu. How do i fix please.

Also the panel at the bottom of the screen is now blank.

Whilst trying to fix this (remove panel and add new panel), I have also managed to delete the main menu bar (panel). How do I restore this please.

Fedora certainly keeps you on your toes compared to WinXP

Last edited by nstreet; 8th September 2007 at 03:20 PM. Reason: wrong description
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