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Description of problem:
When gnome loads after login bigboard sidebar is empty besides the user area up at the top with the little youtube, delicous, and other icons, and has the applications search/run bar below(which doesn't work). Nothing else is displayed like widgets or the applications menu. This was working yesterday, but after booting up today is not.
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Steps to Reproduce:
2.login to online desktop
Bigboard sidebar displayed, but without application, mail, calendar, and workspace widgets. I cannot add them back either through sidebar preferences. It doesn't list any widgets.
Bigboard sidebar should have display with added widgets.
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