i recently upgraded to ubuntu 12.04 and after using it for some time in gnome classic, the top panel containing applications and places folders disappears suddenly and doesn't come back.
on 01/03/2013 – Made popular on 01/03/2013
let me jump right into it i just i was using black buntu and it was bugging me about upgrading to 11.10 so i did now i cant see my gnome panel i googled like hell and i keep getting all these bull instructions.. im looking for that gnome panel where u can right click on it and u get a opiton to edit the panel..
I'm having some problems with GNOME 3 Shell, it works fine with the latest ATI Driver 12.1 but so far I'm having two problems, The performance is slow and sometimes the shell flashes and disappears then returns back in few seconds, but sometimes it disappears and suddenly falls back to classic mode without panel and all I can do is pressing alt+ctrl+del to logout and then login back again.
So I th
I've installed Ubuntu 13.04 on my laptop. I am using the Gnome desktop environment. After installation of gnome-shell, I've checked the desktop and didn't like it. So, I added gnome-fallback-session and got my old and familiar interface with panel at the bottom of the screen as I like.
I encountered very strange problem. After rebooting and logging in, the panel disappears.
Hello ubuntuforums, I recently installed ubuntu 12.04 on my desktop, I started out with ubuntu 10.04 so gnome classic was the desktop environment of my choice, I dislike unity and gnome 3 isn't my cup of tea so to say.
After I installed a package called gnome-panel to enable gnome classic I went on to try to get my eyefinity setup to work, without success.
When running in Gnome Fallback mode (Gnome Classic) in Ubuntu 12.04, I added the Main Menu to the bottom panel, but I have a problem with the customization of its colors. It is like the old Gnome 2 menu that combined Applications and Places into one.
By default with the Ambiance theme, the menu's background is white when it should match the background of the panel itself.