I've lost my strength meter on the panel applet that shows the wireless strength and networks that are available

Asked by abuelay@email2me.net on 2010-03-11

I cannot see the meter that shows wireless connections and signal strength on the panel applet. How can I get it back?

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dnairb
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2010-03-23
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2010-03-23
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2010-03-19
Ian Ace (iaculallad) said : #1

Preferences->Startup Applications, see to it that you have an entry and is checked for "Network Manager" in the Startup Programs tab.

HTH.

abuelay@email2me.net (abuelay) said : #2

There is an entry for network manager and it is checked. Now the icon that shows ktorrent is running is not visible either.

GREG T. (ubuntuer) said : #3

on the panel you want to have this ,right click, click add to panel scroll down to system monitor,click it then add to panel. should work.

abuelay@email2me.net (abuelay) said : #4

 Hi Greg,

Thanks for the response. The network manager is not found in the applications to add to the panel. I have tried re-installing
but to no avail. I need the monitor that allows me to choose a wireless connection, not the system monitor.

Thanks,
Yvette

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Subject: Re: [Question #103949]: I've lost my strength meter on the panel applet that shows the wireless strength and networks that are available

Your question #103949 on mono in ubuntu changed:
https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mono/+question/103949

    Status: Open => Answered

greg proposed the following answer:
on the panel you want to have this ,right click, click add to panel
scroll down to system monitor,click it then add to panel. should work.

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Best dnairb (dnairb) said : #5

I think you need the "Notification Area" on your panel.

abuelay@email2me.net (abuelay) said : #6

You are wonderful! Thank you very much.

Tae-Wong SEO (seotaewong40) said : #8

The seventh comment needs to be hidden (the link does not exist as the site is suspended as you're not a spammer).