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[Solved] How to autoload xfce4-panel on startup?

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http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hello all,I'm running Statler Xfce amd64, and I have deleted the tint2 panel (complete removal through Synaptic), because I wanted to use Xfce's own panel instead. After doing 'sudo xfce4-panel' it starts, but my problem is that it's lost after reboot. It's also lost if I close the terminal with which I ran the command.I've  tried adding Xfce4-panel to 'application autostart' in the Session and Startup menu, without success.Can anyone please explain to me how I can make the  panel load automatically on startup?I've read the thread at (HowTos)