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I really do not like things put on my system when there is no apparent instructions/settings/options. I keep hitting a menu option on the toolbar and suddenly the project I ...
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- 01-09-2014 #1
How do I get just ONE "panel"? I do not need this. I don't even understand why it is suppose to be useful.
- 01-09-2014 #2
- 01-09-2014 #3
Yes, you are correct. It is the workspace. Under Desktop Settings there is no reference to Workspaces. I find nothing under the Control Center either.
I don't need multiple desktops. I do just fine with one. End of discussion.
- 01-09-2014 #4
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- Dec 2013
- Victoria, B.C. Canada
You might be able to right click on the panel, select preferences and then remove the workspace switcher.
- 01-09-2014 #5
Nope. Not there either. The only place I get a menu mentioning Workspaces is when I right click on the application's icon in the taskbar. It then gives me all kinds of options for the workspace EXCEPT how to remove the extras. Even then it is only for the application in relationship to the workspaces. Not the workspaces themselves.
Workspaces should be placed in the Control Center so you can easily find the properties and set them the way you want.
- 02-12-2014 #6
[Solved] Mate Panel
I found the real problem and the solution at the Mint Linux Forums. Seems there was a glitch in my Linux.
Originally Posted by WhitePhoenix @ Mint Linux ForumsOriginally Posted by TheDynamicHamza21 @ Mint Linux Forums