Talk:Panel - Reset to Default

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This needs to go in a proper package and will do do, not a random fileon the wiki.

Here's a script to fix all your panel problems = ) It will reset your panels to the ubuntu default and make sure everything is running properly.

BEFORE YOU RUN IT, however, open:


Now find:

managed = false

And change the second line to:

managed = true

Download this script anywhere, double-click it, and choose "run."

#Doing these first two lines is probably overkill, but we want to reset the panels to default no matter the cause.
gksudo apt-get purge gnome-panel indicator-applet-session
gksudo apt-get install gnome-panel indicator-applet-session
gksudo restart network-manager
gconftool --recursive-unset /apps/panel
rm -rf ~/.gconf/apps/panel   # this line  does exactly what the line above does 
pkill gnome-panel