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Old 01-13-2010, 10:33 AM
Klistvud
 
Default network-manager applet notification bubble came from left side of gnome panel

Dne, 13. 01. 2010 07:12:58 je Umarzuki Mochlis napisal(a):

This is just weird, screenshot of said situation can be found here >>
http://img192.imageshack.us/i/screenshotdesktopd.png/
although the wallpaper is fedora's, the system is Debian 5. I know
this is

not critical but is this normal on Lenny?

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Regards,

Umarzuki Mochlis
http://debmal.my



I think this may happen when you play with the Gnome Panel a lot,
adding and deleting applets. IIRC, there's a panel applet called
Notification or Messages or something like that, and the location of
the message bubbles depends on where you place this applet on your
panel. Problem is, the applet is barely visible (or not at all, depends
on your definition of "barely visible") when there's no message to show
-- which means, most of the time. Therefore, you'll have to locate the
applet on your panel and move it to a place of your liking;
alternatively, you may try deleting it from Gconf Editor or manually
from the disk (~/.gconf/apps/panel/applets/) and then re-adding it to
the panel.


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HTH,

Klistvud
Certifiable Loonix User #481801
http://bufferoverflow.tiddlyspot.com


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