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#1 2022-03-29 15:46:04

aleksa101
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Registered: 2022-03-29
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Restore panel

Hello. I wanted to remove a shortcut on a panel, but I deleted the entire panel. Friends tell me how to return the panel on the desktop, or how to create a new one?

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#2 2022-03-29 17:10:32

Camtaf
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Registered: 2019-11-19
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Re: Restore panel

Via the menu .

Applications > Settings > Panel

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#3 2022-03-29 17:21:10

aleksa101
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Re: Restore panel

It doesn't work, it throws an error. Maybe there is a command to roll back this action?

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#4 2022-03-29 18:08:36

fsmithred
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Registered: 2016-11-25
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Re: Restore panel

Have you tried logging out of the desktop and then log in again? I've deleted my panel a few times by accident. It always comes back on login.

If you're in the middle of something and can't log out, run xfce4-panel from the Run dialogue or from a terminal. You can get a Run dialogue with alt-F2.

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#5 2022-03-29 18:12:50

aleksa101
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Re: Restore panel

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#6 2022-03-29 18:19:55

aleksa101
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Re: Restore panel

fsmithred wrote:

Have you tried logging out of the desktop and then log in again? I've deleted my panel a few times by accident. It always comes back on login.

If you're in the middle of something and can't log out, run xfce4-panel from the Run dialogue or from a terminal. You can get a Run dialogue with alt-F2.

I rebooted several times, but the problem was not solved. Now I will try to do as you say. Can you please tell me what is the best way to write a command for the terminal?

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#7 2022-03-29 18:41:49

aleksa101
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Re: Restore panel

Thanks, dear friend. Everything worked out!

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#8 2022-03-29 20:48:58

fsmithred
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Re: Restore panel

Glad you got it fixed. For future reference, those GDBus errors complaining about missing .service files are just noise from programs that expect you to be running systemd, even though they may not require it. I see them often when I start programs from a terminal.

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