Fedora bottom window list panel
Double-click a file to either open it or run it -depending on whether it is executable or not. Any pointers please guys? Now, I admit that neither of these configuration options are immediately visible to a new user. Additional icons may appear depending on your system. The second section provides access to the Help documentation, along with information about the Fedora project, and the different teams that make it up, and about the GNOME project. Looking here, the extra repos that Fedora did provide were in the disabled state for some reason. If you have several Xfce window list applets, only the first one you have set up will pop up.
GNOME Shell Desktop, Panel, And Notifications
Using the GNOME Desktop
The Software Center also doesn't look too inviting but it's gently, slowing improving , and you can also tweak update settings. In the end, I'm downgrading to a much older distro of Ubuntu, and supplementing it with Windows 7. For the sake of visual minimalism, functionality is lost. This is a perfect example of minimalism gone wrong. Before logging out, I clicked on the bottom panel, and it disappeared! As a suggestion, you may want to go to this Ubuntu panel bug discussion and see if it is applicable to your situation: on restart the lower xfce panel is there but the top layer of all windows are missing, even update manager! Missing icons with Xfce on Ubuntu
Xfce panel disappeared ubuntu
This is a community maintained site. Usually, this is the application whose window is on top of all the others on the screen. Simply right-click on the applications icon in the dock, and choose Dash to Dock settings. The Software Center also doesn't look too inviting but it's gently, slowing improving , and you can also tweak update settings. The dark panel option and light gray menus help keep it easy on the eyes while remaining visually distinctive. The series of icons next to the menus provide quick access to commonly used applications.
Holding down the [Alt] key and pressing the [Tab] key will open a small window containing icons of all of your open windows. Before logging out, I clicked on the bottom panel, and it disappeared! So I followed the instructions from Xubuntu Panels. Release both keys on your selection to pull it to the front. Update: for Xubuntu GNOME 3's panel resides along the upper edge of the screen. Notifications Area, Or Messaging Tray.