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#1 2020-12-07 20:01:47

D.dave
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Registered: 2019-12-06
Posts: 10

XFce's panel: issue with icons of "Notification Area"

In the file gtk.css located in ~/config/gtk-3.0 I have been able to set the icon size of everything on the Xfce's panel:

#launcher-2* /* Launcher Conky */
{
    -gtk-icon-transform: scale(0.56);
    padding: 0 0px;
}

#launcher-8* /* Launcher Sleep */
{
    -gtk-icon-transform: scale(0.56);
    padding: 0 0px;
}

#launcher-10* /* Launcher Timer */
{
    -gtk-icon-transform: scale(0.56);
    padding: 0 0px;
}

.tasklist* { /* Applications icons */ 
    -gtk-icon-transform: scale(0.80);
}

#showdesktop-7* /* show desktop icon */
{
    -gtk-icon-transform: scale(0.85);
}

#whiskermenu-4* /* Whisker Menu icon */
{
    -gtk-icon-transform: scale(0.50);
}

I can find the IDs in Terminal, by executing the following command:
xfconf-query -c xfce4-panel -p /plugins -lv

But it doesn't tell me the ID of the notification area; If I go in Notification Area and I reduce the value of "Maximum icon size (px):" this setting also reduce the size of other icons, so is not the right solution.

In the following image is showed what I mean, ad occurs with any other application which place its icon in Notification Area (eg also occurs with Telegram) these icons are always bigger:

2020-12-07-20-46.png

There is another way to resize the applications icons there?

EDIT:

I found a workaround here: https://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index. … 74570.html

I used Gimp, and I made another layer, then I resize the icon of the applications what I want under ~/.local/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps/
to match the size which I want, and the result is good; however this is just a workaround, not a proper solution.

The result:

2020-12-07-21-39.png

Last edited by D.dave (2020-12-07 20:41:04)

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