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I removed the bottom menu by accident - how to restore it?

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Re: I removed the bottom menu by accident - how to restore it?
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2023, 03:28:06 AM »
 

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You could try opening a terminal (press Ctrl Alt T together)
At the prompt type 'lite-tweaks' followed by enter
In the window that opens scroll down to 'Taskbar Restore'
Check the Select icon and click Begin
 

I removed the bottom menu by accident - how to restore it?
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2023, 02:01:19 AM »
 

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Hello all,
I've just installed LInux Lite 6.2
I removed Google-Chromium as a application - and noticed the icon for it was still in the bottom menu bar.
I double-clicked on it to make sure there was no program associated with it - and that was confirmed.

So I wanted to remove the icon.
I right-clicked on the Google-Chromium icon and selected remove - and the whole menu got removed OUCH!!!

I suspect it is an XFCE object.
How do I restore it?

Sincere thanks!
 

 

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