xfce desktop

Frank McCormick fmccormick at videotron.ca
Mon Jan 30 13:29:01 UTC 2006

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On Mon, 30 Jan 2006 21:30:41 +1100
Peter Garrett <peter.garrett at optusnet.com.au> wrote:

> On Sun, 29 Jan 2006 17:09:14 -0500
> Frank McCormick <fmccormick at videotron.ca> wrote:
> > > The command is  ' xfce4-panel'   - and saving your session after
> > > running that should work to have it there on your next login. I have also
> > > seen this behaviour, so yes, I think it is a bug. 
> > 
> >   That did it. Thanks
> > 
> >   By the way, does anyone know how to stretch the panel so it covers the whole width of the screen ? Guess I should ask on the xfce list.
> I just tried it. If I set the panel to "Huge" it spreads right across the
> screen. Unfortunately that also makes it wider vertically, and "Huge"
> is not my preferred size  :-(
> Adding items to the panel gradually expands it, so I guess if you can
> figure out a way to add blank bits that might work - I can't immediately
> see an option to just add free space though.

  That's one way I guess. There is a patch floating around for the panel that allows you to set the width the same way it is set for the taskbar...but I'm told it has its own problems - the developers are said to be working on it. I;ll have to wait for now

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