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I accidentally removed it - it is as simple as adding 'wingpanel' custom command to the startup from inside the applications system setting menu?

Seems to work,but not sure if that is the 'right way'.

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You can install eOS Tweaks and there is a section called Cerberus. Wingpanel is added by default there so that whenever wingpanel is closed or crashes, it starts automatically.

  • I had that installed but totally forgot that is where I removed it, but 'restore defaults' worked wonderfully - thank you!!! – Jeff McCarthy Feb 20 '17 at 17:43
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There is a program for it: Run gnome-session-properties. You should see all the programs that startup automatically with new session.

You can edit it, so just add wingpanel and it should be alright. :)

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