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Got too tired and fell asleep at the keyboard. Anyone else do that? <);^) It resulted in some unusual conditions. My task bar which has 8 workspace pager, special firefox, ...
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    Missing Taskbar


    Got too tired and fell asleep at the keyboard. Anyone else do that? <);^)
    It resulted in some unusual conditions. My task bar which has 8 workspace pager, special firefox, etc. has disappeared. Oh yes, my window manager is fsce (or whatever similar initials are). My firefox is specially built and I cannot now find that. When I right click my desktop and use "settings" to access "Panel Manager" there is no reaction.
    Has anyone some suggestions as how I can get back my taskbar and panel manager and firefox?
    My system is Slackware 12.0.

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    Window manager is Xfce 4.4.1 think I got it right this time)

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    It's been a while since I last ran Xfce4, but try pressing ALT-F2, then enter this:

    Code:
    xfce4-panel
    ...save your session when you log out.

    Hope it works.
    oz

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    TTTHHHHHAAAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNKKKKKKKKKKKKASSSSSSSSS!!
    Whew! If you don't mind can you tell me where I should have looked to find that jewel of info

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