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How to change the Ubuntu panel without right click

On the Ubuntu (version 10.04) I changed the properties of the bottom gnome panel: unticked the expand property, then locked the panel.
The result is a short version of the panel which is very difficult to rest to default using right click (at least I could not do it).

One easy way to reset the gnome panel is to remove .gconf/apps/panel folder. This can be achieved by typing the following in the terminal:


rm -r ~/.gconf/apps/panel

Then you should logout and when you login again you will find the panel is changed to default setting.

Note: By resetting panel all the customization of the panel will be lost.

Ref: celsius1414.com

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