[Xfce-bugs] [Bug 888] Edges of screen should not be dead pixels!

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Sun Apr 3 00:52:57 CEST 2005

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------- Additional Comments From Thomas_Hinkle at alumni.brown.edu  2005-04-02 22:52 UTC -------
You have indeed understood what I meant by the edges being dead -- I'm glad to
hear the fix is in CVS. I assumed the solution would be simple because the GNOME
panel has handled this for a while now -- so I figured it must be doable with
the underlying GTK toolkit stuff.
I guess I was write about the default center positioning -- again, not a big
deal since it's configurable. 
Though I would like to be able to make the panel grow to be as wide as my screen
(otherwise it looks kind of funny if you align it left or right rather than
center) -- and I'd like to get rid of the grippies on the panel so that the menu
could be at the absolute corner of the screen (right now the left-hand pixels
allow me to grab and move the panel; the actual button for my menu is a bit to
the right).
All minor details -- thanks for great software. xfce makes a gtk-based interface
usable and snappy on my old machine (the full GNOME desktop, while beautiful,
can drag to a halt pretty fast!).

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