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#1 2007-02-14 05:23:56

Registered: 2005-01-28
Posts: 7

How to set panel padding

As you can see in the picture, http://img401.imageshack.us/img401/1508 … hotrq8.png
only the "cpu usage icon" touches the edges of the panel, the rest of the icons do not (notice the big space around the other icons). This poses a problem because when I resize the panel the other icons become to small. How can I fix this?


#2 2007-03-12 10:11:27

Registered: 2007-03-12
Posts: 1

Re: How to set panel padding

I've got the same problem. Some icons/applets don't fit with the panel and put it out of shape.

For example, i've had the wifi-signal and battery applet on my panel (i'm using XFCE with Ubuntu Edgy on my laptop). My screen resolution is 1280*800, and the "base" size of the panel is 1.5cm. If I try to decrease it's height, say down to 1cm, the other icons get ridiculously small (1*1px). Plus it's impossible to have a panel less than 1cm height, which is definitivily too big for such a small screen... XFCE is a really good desktop manager imo, but i'm using 2 panels and if i can't resize them i'll have to reinstall Gnome, which is really slow...  :cry:

How can we fix this ?  :?

Thanks for any help !  smile


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