On Sat, 2010-09-25 at 10:09 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
> I have a little nuance that is bothersome in 10.04 and it seems to be
> occurring more lately. On the top panel at the upper right (GNome
> Desktop), the social "indicator applicator applet" which is the one
> with the social stuff on it, gets duplicated in the panel covering the
> session button for locking the session, rebooting, shutting down, etc
> requiring that I shutdown/reboot some other way and
> control-alt-backspace doesn't work for restarting the x session.
> Any thoughts on this little buggy feature?
Ya, there's a bug report somewhere on this. In the mean time ALT-F2 or
open a terminal and 'killall gnome-panel', killing running
gnome-panel(s). Gnome-panel restarts automatically, and should do so
with one area per running applet without overlapping. You might have to
re-order them though.
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