which .subdirectory contains the presence (or abscence) of the Panel at desktop bottom

Asked by Graham_Brackstone on 2020-09-14

I had one user who had no bottom panel on the Desktop.
I erased all his .subdirectories and when he re-LoggedIn the panel appeared; but lots of information on Programs disappeared.
I would like to know where to find the instruction that removed the panel, as no setup information appeared - it had been a dead Desktop- so no adjustment could be made until the reboot.

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2020-09-14

The hidden folders contain the settings so yes deleting the folders wiped that out.

Which desktop session do you use?

Graham_Brackstone (rufuskat) said : #3

 Sorry Andrew,
 for not putting all required info. It is Kubuntu - KDE has the multi-desktop facility which I like to use.
Graham

     On Monday, 14 September 2020, 15:50:56 GMT+1, actionparsnip <email address hidden> wrote:

 Your question #692902 on Ubuntu changed:
https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/692902

    Status: Open => Needs information

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