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Drag them away from the Plank with left mouse button.


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When you will start Elementary OS, before you will login, I mean before you will type login / username and password, press combination of ctrl+alt+F1 to F6, usually I press F4. It will show you the terminal. Login there, I mean type your login and password, then type this in terminal: sudo mv /etc/xdg/autostart/at-spi-dbus-bus.desktop /etc/xdg/autostart/at-...


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Ok, so I get to answer my own question. This is not an elementary OS issue, but rather a general Linux thing. Apparently, X likes to break inputs on upgrade. To fix this, I just rebooted into recovery mode, enabled networking and dropped into root and ran apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-all Just like that, I'm back in business. Original solution


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ok I fixed this by going into the CLI and fixing apt as when I tried to run the update it said the previous update attempt had been interrupted so needed a manual command to resolve.


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Remove bluetooth indicator (in terminal): apt remove wingpanel-indicator-bluetooth switchboard-plug-bluetooth If you never use bluetooth, you can remove bluetooth related packages completely: apt remove bluetooth


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install Elementary SDK (this fix may work if you run into errors in 5.1 hera): sudo apt install elementary-sdk install a compiler: sudo apt-get install cmake assuming you have git already set up, clone the repository you want to work on (eg. wingpanel-datetime-panel): git clone https://github.com/elementary/wingpanel-indicator-datetime.git change into ...


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It's possible. Open the terminal and copy/paste; nano ~/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css Add the following; .panel.maximized { background-color: rgba(255,255,255,0.0); } Save: [ctrl]+[o] Exit: [ctrl]+[x] Logout and login.


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