Hi all,

I've just installed OpenSUSE 11.1 and made the leap from KDE3 to KDE4.
I was doing really well and happy with things and then I made a huge
mistake and started tinkering with the system panel. I have to say, the
interface for making changes to panels is VERY confusing. It's hard to
pick up some widgets without doing things you didn't intend. For
example, the system tray has the little cross on it to move it but you
can't help but accidentally start sending commands to the programs
sitting in it. Why did they turn off the application interaction while
you're making changes to the panel??

The real reason I'm posting here, though, is that somehow the system
tray has become MASSIVE. It takes up almost the entire panel and I can't
figure out how to make it smaller. There are no resizing 'edges' to it
and I just don't know how to make it smaller. I really need help because
my system panel is now completely messed up and I don't know how to put
it right. I tried creating a new panel and recreating the system panel
but I fell over at the first hurdle because I couldn't find a 'Start
button' in the widgets. D'oh!

Any help is really appreciated! )


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