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Saturday, December 20th 2008, 6:59am

kde panel quirks

When playing around with the items on the panel, I'm trying to arrange their orders. I added a new panel at the top and added a systray, but the systray takes up the whole panel. I've added kicker, digital clock, etc, but the remainer space has been taken up by the systray. I can't move, for example, the pager right next to my systray icons so there's no space in between. It seems there's this property with digital clock as well. How do I take away that space?

When I removed systray and clock, all the items just squeezed onto the left. Moving them just swaps their places, they're still bunched at the left. How do I move/place them anywhere I want?

The systray problem doesn't happen on the lower panel, though.

Here's a picture, if it helps:

And another one:

And another without systray:

This post has been edited 2 times, last edit by "zephyrus17" (Dec 20th 2008, 7:07am)

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