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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 03/17/2015 02:16 AM, Steven
      Duckworth wrote:<br>
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          I first installed Lubuntu the "add to desktop" function
          worked. Now it doesn't. This is when I click on the Lubuntu
          button on bottom left, mouse over an item and right click to
          add the icon to the desktop.<br>
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          also notice that when I want exit this roll up menu, it
          freezes for a while, and does not disappear. <br>
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          anyone help with this?<br>
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          style="font-family:arial,helvetica,sans-serif;font-size:small">Thanks,<br>
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    Steve:<br>
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    Usually, I just click on the Lubuntu Menu icon (far left of the
    task-bar), and the menu will disappear on the first (or second)
    try.  <br>
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    I just tried it (adding PulseAudio Volume Control to the desktop),
    and it worked that way.  I'm using 14.04.  <br>
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    However, in experimenting more with this, I ended up with the first
    menu staying there, without ever going away - regardless what I
    did.  <br>
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    In that state I could move the mouse-pointer around and click on
    things, but nothing would respond - even the shut-down menu, or
    switching to another workspace.  <br>
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    The CPU indicator in the taskbar showed no above normal activity,
    but my system was essentially hung, and the ONLY way I could get out
    of it, was by turning off the power.  <br>
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    This is apparently a very dangerous thing to experiment with...  <br>
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Sincerely,
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