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Xubuntu - status bar disappeared

Posted on 2010-09-12
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Hello,

I set "autohide option" for bottom status bar in Xubuntu desktop. This worked, but today
the status bar disappeared, so I cant see the clock when I move the mouse to the bottom.
Could you explain me, where is the problem and how to behave the status bar correctly
(autohide)?

thanks
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by:shariati
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1) Uncheck "Save session"
2) Log out and log in again
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by:xRalf
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I tried it,

but it didnt help
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press alt+f2 and run the command "xfce4-panel"
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by:xRalf
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great
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