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Olivier Fourdan fourdan at xfce.org
Fri May 16 23:08:17 CEST 2003


Are you using Debian ? It seems on Debian, the packager has set his own
panel location as default....

Edit .xfce/xfce3rc from a console and replace the coodonates as shown
here :

# XFce 3 Configuration File - Do not edit

Then you can start X and log in.


On Fri, 2003-05-16 at 22:39, Lionel Laratte wrote:
> [Lionel] Can someone tell me why the XFce menu bar does not appear on my
> desktop?  I've reinstalled twice now and that menu bar is not to be
> found.  By the way, when I right-click on the desktop, I see the
> following: 1. XFce Main Panel [1] 0x0+1008+752.  I hate being such a
> newbie but I think that means it is there but at a location I can't see.
> Am I right?
> [Lionel]
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