This might seem a minor cosmetics-like question but then it might suggest page-link problems as well.
I am running a Slackware-derived XFCE 4.10 in Puppy 5.7.1 and it works well afer struggling to get Orage clock and XFCE Weather plug-in to install in the toolbar panel without being ghosted and unaccessible (almost as though the plug-ins somehow lost their permissions to allow you to tinker with their features).
My issue is when I click the toolbar panel's Apps title then Settings Manager it drops a menu list of features usually found as icons on the Settings Manager page, only now a "Settings Manager" title is also at the top of this menu and when you click it you get another screen titiled "Customize your Desktop" with lines to fill titled Personal, Hardware, System, Other, and the "All Settings" button to return you to the previous menu is ghosted.
How can I get back the original Settings Manager icon feature page and how can I fix this "Customize Desktop" page?
And hints would be much appreciated! Thanks!
Jim in NYC