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Re: [kde-linux] lost part of shell screen




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From: kde-linux-bounces@xxxxxxx [mailto:kde-linux-bounces@xxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Anne Wilson
Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2012 3:22 AM
To: For people using KDE on Linux with related questions/problems
Subject: Re: [kde-linux] lost part of shell screen

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On 30/08/12 01:35, Dennis Foreman wrote:
> trying to drag an icon to the menu bar, which caused the menu to be
> removed. Several forum entries have mentioned that it is very easy
> to remove the menu bar and not so easy to replace it.
> 
Please don't top-post.  In a mailing list people often want to refer
back to what is already said, and it makes more sense to read from top
to bottom.

Menu - in most KDE applications Ctrl-m will remove or show the menu.

Anne
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I apologize for top-posting to this list. 
As for my problem, it is not a lost menu bar in an application, it is the
menu bar for the entire shell. And ctrl-m does nothing for that. I had to
delete Konquerorrc to get it back.

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