Re: gnome panel

I too have had this problem as of recently.  I decided not to run the 
clock also.  Upon bringing up the panel, I still got a cascade of panels.
To me it appears that every applets wants to make it's own panel.  I get
one applet per panel.  I have pretty much the same set up here except the 
kernel is 2.0.35.

> > > > I have found that having lots of applets in the panel can cause a cascade
> > > > of panels at startup. I'm not sure whether it's a crashing applet that's
> > Linux 2.0.36, glibc-2.06, P233MMX, and the above was happening with gnome
> > from CVS from about one week ago. This evening I will try to reproduce
> > the problem using current CVS. At the moment it's working fine with the
> > character picker, modemlights, mailcheck and clock applets.
>   I'm having this problem with the latest released software -
> gnome-core-0.99.2, gnome-libs-0.99.2, glib-1.1.12, gtk-1.1.12, etc.  Also
> using Linux 2.1.132, glibc-2.0.7, on a P166.  How it happens seems to
> change, but the end product is the same - death to my applets.  Or at
> least some.  I'm running the clock, the fish, modem lights, and mailcheck. 
> Clock seems to be the one bombing out, and generally takes mailcheck with
> it.  The other two seem to be working fine.. everything has been pretty
> stable since I've stopped trying to load clock.
>   -Eric
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