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Message 1055951 - Posted: 14 Dec 2010, 14:43:41 UTC

Is there anyway to add a Boinc project to Ubuntu without the toolbar that is not showing up in the advanced view Boinc Mgr? Is there a fix to make the advanced view Boinc mgr. show up in Ubuntu?

I have tried to find a way to go back to the simple view Bonic mgr, but even deleting the old Boinc mgr and boinc client files still bring up the advanced view Boinc mgr without the toolbar. I have also tried both the Boinc download from Seti At Home, and the the download from Ubuntu.
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Message 1056618 - Posted: 16 Dec 2010, 15:09:05 UTC - in response to Message 1055951.

After trying all the versions of Boinc for Linux and trying to get new projects through a terminal, I solved the problem by installing Ubuntu again to get the simple Boinc MGR to show. I entered every project I wanted to run and then went back to the advanced Boinc mgr which still shows no toolbar.
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Message 1056690 - Posted: 16 Dec 2010, 17:49:45 UTC - in response to Message 1056618.

Next time you try to go back to simple view, try BOINC Manager->View->Simple View, or the keyboard shortcut CTRL + SHIFT + V.
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Message 1056698 - Posted: 16 Dec 2010, 18:11:46 UTC - in response to Message 1056690.

...try BOINC Manager->View->Simple View...

That could be difficult without tool(menu)bar ;-)

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Message 1057084 - Posted: 17 Dec 2010, 17:40:46 UTC - in response to Message 1056690.
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Next time you try to go back to simple view, try BOINC Manager->View->Simple View, or the keyboard shortcut CTRL + SHIFT + V.


Thanks ctrl+shift+v works.

I saw someone else was having the same problem in another forum. I will have to post the fix there.
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Message 1125794 - Posted: 8 Jul 2011, 7:25:02 UTC

Just found this Thread while searching for a Solution:

Use Alt+F to open a Dropdown Menu and then use the Arrow Keys to switch between the Menus.
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Message 1158490 - Posted: 3 Oct 2011, 13:34:58 UTC

Found this thread to be very helpful. BOINC should have the menu in the Linux version too...

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Message 1176715 - Posted: 9 Dec 2011, 8:37:32 UTC

Cause:
This is happening when we accidently delete the panel and when we added this again it is not acting as convensional task bar as of windows and linux.,once it disappeared its bit difficult to bring it back
it troubled me little asnd therefore i posted it here
Steps:
1. right click on Panel
2.Add new panel
Now a New panel will be added to top of the screen
( You may bring this to bottom with panel properties >position > bottom)
3.Right Click on this new Panel and select Add to Panel


Read Full http://www.meabi.com/ubuntu-task-bar-missing/

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