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Re: gnome toolbar bug

Hi all,

same on my side. I have two panels at the bottom of my screen: first my
main panel with all buttons and the second as my window panel.
Sometimes, when I log in they swap their position. My panels are fixed,
they don't auto-hide or auto-expand.

It start to annoying me. How to fix it permanently?


-------- Weitergeleitete Nachricht --------
Von: Mike Wright <mike wright mailinator com>
Reply-to: "Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using
Fedora." <fedora-list redhat com>
An: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list redhat com>
Betreff: gnome toolbar bug
Datum: 	Fri, 08 May 2009 11:37:19 -0700

Hi all,

There has been a bug with the gnome toolbars that has persisted through 
every fedora version I've ever used and is easily reproducible.

I like top and bottom toolbars and prefer them not to expand and to 
auto-hide.  Whenever I login I get both toolbars at the top.

Selecting properties for the misplaced one there is a position dropdown 
for top, bottom, left, right.  Choosing bottom results in a 1 or 2 
second pause and the selection is reverted back to top.

To cause it to go back to where it should be, open properties and select 
expand, then select bottom, then deselect expand.  Works every time.

Note that if the toolbar's property is set to expand it always appears 

At one time I fixed it by mucking around in some xml file somewhere in 
.gconf (I think) but haven't been able to figure it out again.  (damn CRS ;)

I can live with this, even though I have to go through the same 
procedure every time I login.  Very annoying and time consuming.

If somebody knows how to solve this I'd love to hear from you.

Mike Wright

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