ACCIDENTLY DELETED TOOLBAR AND ICONS FORWEB BROWSER AND E- MAIL. HOW DO I GET THEM BACK?

Asked by TONY on 2006-09-11

IDELETED MY TOOLBAR AND ALL SETTINGS AND ICONS. I DONT KNOW HOW TO RE-INSTALL THEM BECAUSE MY "SYSTEMS",AND"TOOLS" ICONS WHERE ON THIS TOOLBAR,SO I HAVE NOTHING TO CLICK ON TO.

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2006-09-11
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2008-04-24
TONY (sexy-wiccan) said : #1

PLEASE HELP,IHAVE NO CLUE HOW TO RE-INSTALL MY TOOLBAR AND SETTINGS.

MarkyC (mmmarcooo) said : #2

l assume your using Firefox as a Web browser and that your caps lock is stuck: Right click the part right under the title bar (beside file, edit, view, help) and check to see that Navigation ToolBar is checkmarked. Also, a screenshot and a comment in lowercase letters would be nice.

i think this person has no clue how to use computers.
And thus used the wrong mouse button on the top gnome bar.
And thus clicked the "delete this panel" button.

I've seen this before.

Right Click on your bottom toolbar, and click "new Panel"

Right click on the new Panel, click "Add to panel" and choose which options you would like to add.
From utilities, choose "menu bar" and add it, this gives you back the start menu.

ps, DON"T even shout for help with caps again!.
I won't help because i see someone using caps, i'd rather not help them.

CydeSwype (ircone) said : #4

guys, this is the wrong attitude. i'm no lover of caps users either, but there's a lot of people out there that have never done the whole "web thing" before and we need to have a service level that rivals microsoft if we want to make traction with these and other users. i realize, it's a faux pas to use caps, but lots of people out there don't know that yet. we don't want to be seen as elitists.

okay, now i have a similar problem: i just updated to the live release of hardy heron and for whatever reason, my panels disappeared. if one does not have any panel from which to right click to add new panel...is there any other way to add a panel? there should be...as it's easy enough to remove one's own panels accidentally (and even easier for the package manager to do it apparently). suggest the right click on the desktop always have an "Add panel" option.

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