[ubuntu-us-nm] Stuff moving around

Eric Krieger unmlobo at gmail.com
Thu May 1 16:33:58 BST 2008

This is not helpful to your issue but I use screenlets to monitor my
system resources.


Here's a screenshot of my desktop...



On Thu, 2008-05-01 at 09:26 -0600, Leif Gregory wrote:
> Just wondering if I'm the only one with this problem.
> There are a few things that just seem to move around of their own
> volition each time I log into my machine.
> I use GDesklets for some system monitoring and I've modified the source
> code on a few of them to consolidate functionality. But even before I
> did that, this problem existed. 
> For instance, sometimes the Gdesklets (about five of them showing) show
> up right where they're supposed to, sometimes all of them stack up in
> the left corner of the screen, and sometimes, just one or two don't
> make it into the right place.
> If it was just the GDesklets, I would attribute it to that app, but
> sometimes my logout, shutdown button moves from the far right of the
> top panel to the left. Sometimes it's just to the left of the
> time/date, sometimes it's two or three places to the left.
> It's not really a big deal, but it's irritating to have to move things
> into their proper place after logging in.
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