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Regarding the issue of the disappearing panel, I get that too, and it’s rapteeable every time: boot Qimo, start Tuxpaint by clicking on the panel and play with it, quit and don’t save. Back at the desktop, panel and menu are gone. Boom, every time. I haven’t investigated further so I don’t know if there is any workaround.Also, for me, trying the upgrade to 9.04 failed completely and rendered the system unbootable. Note that I tried this from a completely new system so I had not let Qimo be updated with any of the Ubuntu patches for 8.10, that might have affected the process. Now I just run with all 8.10 patches applied.Another possibly pertinent factor is that I have so far only tried Qimo in a virtual machine (Virtualbox on Windows XP). There are some functional issues with that, but it seems to be Virtualbox-related so I won’t bring it up here
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