Re: How do I get my typing monitor icon back?

On Tue, 2009-04-28 at 14:11 +0000, Skip Montanaro wrote:
> I have two computers on my desk running Solaris 10, more-or-less
> identically configured (a consequence of our NFS environment at work),
> running Sun's Java Desktop System, which is, I believe, really Gnome.
> For more than a year I have had the Gnome Typing Monitor in my panel.
> I can pop up the preferences, take breaks, all the usual stuff.  Not
> long ago my main computer was upgraded to Solaris 10 Update 5.  the
> typing monitor stuff disappeared from my panel.  I've tried logging
> out and in but it's still gone.  For the time being I'm manually
> running gnome-typing-monitor in the background, but I've obviously
> lost the ability to control it and can't figure out how to add it back
> to the panel.  I've searched through the entire panel menu hierarchy
> but can't find anything to add. 

JDS does some customizations to Gnome, and it's usually
a few versions behind.  So it's difficult for someone
not running JDS to answer your question with certainty.

I do know that, some time ago, typing break functionality
was integrated into the keyboard preferences.  It's under
the Typing Break tab of the Keyboard Preferences dialog.

It doesn't put an icon in your panel, though.


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