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[ubuntu] No filebrowser! Accidentally deleted menus, cannot get it back.

So, "places" on my top panel menus didn't work right. Desktop, downloads, my music etc were all broken, they didn't launch or do anything. I was trying to troubleshoot it, and I right clicked -> Deleted menu to try to get rid of "places" and make a new one. Only it deleted all of my menus. Now all...
11-16-2010, 12:40 PM
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