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    Question Xfce panel icon layout all to the left

    I have just installed openSUSE 12.3 with the Xfce (ver. 4.10) and set up a panel on the top and on the bottom.

    The thing is that everything I put on the top panel is laid out left-to-right right next to each other.

    How can I put things like the clock and notification area on the right side of the panel while the main menu is on the left and various application launchers are in the middle?

    You can see what I mean by looking at the top panel in this screenshot : screenshot-04202013-012529pm shared on ZimageZ by dragonbite
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    Default Re: Xfce panel icon layout all to the left

    I don't know XFCE, but I guess you are affected by this change:
    Window Buttons
    The window buttons plugin no longer expands, which makes the plugin positioning more flexible. In order to restore the previous behavior please add a transparent separator plugin with the Expand option enabled just behind the window buttons plugin.
    (from Xfce 4.10 tour - Xfce)

    Hope that helps!

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