default panel layout

Markus Bergholz markuman at
Sun Oct 9 18:58:17 UTC 2005

i´ve tried that last days too.
it seems realy the only two ways are

1. to fill the panel with icons ;-)
2. or the taskbar plugin

in my opinion i don´t care if the panel stretched the screen or not.

<<...and can get under it.>>

hm? the panel should overlap the windows?


On 10/9/05, Jani Monoses <jani.monoses at> wrote:
> Hello
>  I personally like the panel stretched to fit the screen, but that seems to
> be only available when using the taskbar plugin, which I have
>  just discovered due to it being mentioned on this list.
>  What do you think should we include the taskbar plugin for this or for it's
> own sake? Is there another method of stretching the panel?
>  Another thing which seems annoying to me in a default install is that
> window margins do not take the panel into account and can get under it.
>  So there some settings (in pixels!) for the window manager to tell it where
> not to draw windows. If you know a nicer way to do this by default and indep
>  of screen res and pixel sizes please say so.
>  thanks
>  Jani
> --
> xubuntu-devel mailing list
> xubuntu-devel at

More information about the xubuntu-devel mailing list