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    Windows on the Suse 9.3 taskbar don't showup


    I can't access them and I don't know what has caused it I am also running KDE.
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    My desktop panel has disappeared. How can I get it back?

    The panel disappearing is usually due to it crashing. This is most often caused by loading an applet that has a fatal bug or due to a bad installation of KDE and/or the panel.

    The easiest way to get the panel back is to launch the Run Command window by pressing Alt+F2 and entering kicker and then pressing the OK button.

    If the panel continues to disappear, you may wish to either remove or edit by hand your $KDEHOME/share/config/kickerrc file, where $KDEHOME is usually ~/.kde. If you choose to edit it by hand, start by removing the applet entry groups.
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