Installed applet does not appear


I installed the weather applet in Mint13/Cinnamon. It shows as installed, but will not appear in the bar, What am I missing?

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Hi Liam,

You might want to browse or post your question to the Cinnamon section of the Linux Mint support forum:

I found this thread, though I'm not sure if it will solve your problem. Check it out anyway though.

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