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Thread: Multiple Rows in KDE4 Systray?

  1. #1
    zak89 NNTP User

    Default Multiple Rows in KDE4 Systray?


    I noticed in the KDE4 sneak peak screenshots that the Systray applets
    are in two rows. I happen to have a lot of systray applets running
    usually, and I'd really like to stack them to take less space. Is this
    possible in KDE 4.1.3? It's in the screenshots, but i can't seem to find
    any option for that.


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    google01103 NNTP User

    Default Re: Multiple Rows in KDE4 Systray?

    zak89 wrote:

    >
    > I noticed in the KDE4 sneak peak screenshots that the Systray applets
    > are in two rows. I happen to have a lot of systray applets running
    > usually, and I'd really like to stack them to take less space. Is this
    > possible in KDE 4.1.3? It's in the screenshots, but i can't seem to
    > find any option for that.
    >
    >

    I think it's 4.2 only
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    zak89 NNTP User

    Default Re: Multiple Rows in KDE4 Systray?


    It may be in 4.2. However, the screenshot was of 4.1.3 in openSUSE 11.1.
    Turns out that the systray goes to two rows when the panel width is 50+
    pixels. The screenshot-taker must have enlarged his panel just for that
    screenshot. Sneaky...


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