Reset Panel in Linux Mint

valdy95
  3 years ago
  2

here is the tutorial for resetting your panel menu in Linux Mint

so what you all have to do are :

 

1) Open up your terminal (ctrl+alt+t)

2) Run the following command in the terminal:

    gsettings reset-recursively org.cinnamon (THIS IS FOR CINNAMON)

    gsettings reset-recursively org.mate.panel (THIS IS FOR MATE)

3) Hit Enter

4) Taraa!!! you should have your panel back to their default again.

 

NOTE :

- you may login out and login in again to get them work again, in some cases you need to reboot your system.

- tested and worked on my MATE Dekstop Environment.

Comments
ismail783 2 months ago

Or, just simply

Right Click Panel > troubleshoot > restore all settings to default


seba 10 months ago

Gracias. Funcionó con Sylvia/Mate


amicalmant 1 year ago

✔ tested and worked on my CINNAMON Dekstop Environment (Sonya).

I don't why, the running applications bar had suddenly vanished from the dashboard. This command line worked at once, and like a charm.It was also for me an opportunity lo learn more about the gsettings command options. Very interesting... Thanks for sharing!


abhilashranjan 2 years ago

thanks..


thjbd 2 years ago

thanks


MagicMint 3 years ago

Does the panels get still corrupted nowadays ? ;-)