Global menu not work correctly.

Asked by Lukasz Grzesik on 2012-11-26

I very like a global menu. It's very useful in music player, text editor and gnome-system monitor.

In Saturday I must reinstall a system, but I was decide to save my personal files in /home. And it's begin.

I have install my previous apps and returning a repository. It's all OK.

But today morning, the icons and system crashed (traditionally) and returned to a default gnome icons (very ugly).

I relogged to my account, and what see?

Terminal lost integration with global menu, gedit, system monitor, audacious, rhythmbox.

Totem use a menu bar from Gnome 3.6 and Gnome 3.4 simultaneously.

And in dconf I can see a configurations from a previous installation.

How I can clean it to default values?

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What is the output of:

uname -a

Thanks

Lukasz Grzesik (qnebra) said : #2

Linux lukasz-Lenovo-G565 3.5.0-19-generic #30-Ubuntu SMP Tue Nov 13 17:49:53 UTC 2012 i686 athlon i686 GNU/Linux

Lukasz Grzesik (qnebra) said : #3

lukasz@lukasz-Lenovo-G565:~$ gedit

(gedit:10572): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme parsing error: gtk-widgets.css:62:17: Theming engine 'unico' not found
`menu_proxy_module_load': gedit: undefined symbol: menu_proxy_module_load

(gedit:10572): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to load type module: (null)

`menu_proxy_module_load': gedit: undefined symbol: menu_proxy_module_load

(gedit:10572): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to load type module: (null)

`menu_proxy_module_load': gedit: undefined symbol: menu_proxy_module_load

(gedit:10572): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to load type module: (null)

`menu_proxy_module_load': gedit: undefined symbol: menu_proxy_module_load

(gedit:10572): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to load type module: (null)

`menu_proxy_module_load': gedit: undefined symbol: menu_proxy_module_load

(gedit:10572): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to load type module: (null)

I can see this in terminal when I manually load Gedit.

sudo apt-get install appmenu-gtk:i386 appmenu-gtk3:i386 appmenu-qt firefox-globalmenu indicator-appmenu

If you don't use firefox then remove the firefox package (I added it as a nicety. I hate Firefox)

Lukasz Grzesik (qnebra) said : #5

I try your help guides two times, but not working. I have update system to 13.04, and all working right.

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