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    Default Icon Only taskbar

    Hello,
    Is there a way to display only the icons of opened applications in the taskbar, without the window title ? Similar to windows 7 taskbar, applications title takes a lot of space I really find the icon-only way ergonomic.

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    Default Re: Icon Only taskbar

    robertot5 wrote:

    >
    > Hello,
    > Is there a way to display only the icons of opened applications in

    the
    > taskbar, without the window title ? Similar to windows 7 taskbar,
    > applications title takes a lot of space I really find the icon-

    only way
    > ergonomic.
    >
    > openSUSE 12.3 KDE x64
    >
    >

    Just check if any of the settings in
    System Settings > Appearance > Style > Fine Tuning

    Not sure, but take a look

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    Default Re: Icon Only taskbar

    Yes there is something like that... called the icon only taskbar in KDE.
    Right click your taskbar (the panel as we call it here in linux land)
    and select "add widgets"
    search for "icon only taskbar"
    click on it and BAM!
    Its there, though you may wish to play around with the panel a little to make it suit you.
    Luckily the panel is fully customizable, you can make it behave practically any way you wish.

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    Default Re: Icon Only taskbar

    That is great, I will check it out !
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