seppalta wrote:I take it the original menu did not return the next boot.
ksjs wrote:No, it didn't, still sitting in right hand corner (top of the screen by the way as I have the taskbar at the top rather than bottom).
This sort of thing should be simpler than it is - I'm no IT expert but I'm not stupid either.
While I'm asking, anyone know why I can't add icons to the taskbar ('Panel') such that I can click them when other applications are open / being displayed? I've tried dragging them, I've tried right-clicking them, I've tried using add/remove in the 'Panel' settings but no success.
KBD47 wrote:This is the problem with lightweight desktops, you start tweaking and things break.
Jaaxx wrote:You can reorder any way you want easily. Right click the panel and choose "Panel Settings", goto the "Panel Applets" tab. Click the item you want to move then use the Up/Down arrows on the right to move it wherever you want.
Also, the "Geometry" tab of Panel Settings is where you change the icon size, etc. I suspect you may have the icon size set larger than the panel size or something like that which is leading to the panel being offset from the top.
ksjs wrote:Yes, I can alter the order the icons appear in but I can't, for example, move a firefox icon to the right of the system tray.
As for panel bar moving I have icon size 16 and panel size 20 (pixels) so can't see that this is the cause.
ksjs wrote:..... Although I remain bemused at why I can't get that wee cog icon again for MintMenu.
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