Accidently removed system tray from KDE panel [Solved]

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rekinchin
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Accidently removed system tray from KDE panel [Solved]

Post by rekinchin » Sat Sep 21, 2013 20:05

Ok I know what a stupid thing to do.. cannot find any way of putting it back any help pls
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Re: Accidentlyremoved system tray from KDE panel

Post by dunsurfin » Sat Sep 21, 2013 20:15

Right click on the panel and select "panel options" "add widgets" When the widget panel arrives search for system tray and then double click on it. It should be back again and you can close the widget panel with a "hard to see" cross at the top right hand corner.
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Re: Accidently removed system tray from KDE panel [Solved]

Post by rekinchin » Sat Sep 21, 2013 20:24

Thank you so much. I thought it had to be a widget but didnt notice that the widget menu moved and showed loads of them including the system tray :D

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