Datetime plugin top margin?
lorenzofsutton at gmail.com
Sun Jan 1 20:32:29 CET 2017
On 28/12/16 14:48, Ernest Adrogué wrote:
> 2016-12-26, 23:05 (+0100); Lorenzo Sutton escriu:
>> Hi all,
>> With version 0.7.0 of the datetime panel plugin (on Fedora 24) and the
>> "ClearlooksClassic" theme which I use the time seems to be 'shifted' down
>> vertically if I specify a font size greater than 10px (i.e. the time is not
>> displayed in the vertical middle of the panel, which in my case is also 20px
>> tall and 1 row).
>> This seems to happen only with this particular theme, so I wouldn't
>> necessarily consider it a bug. Still I noticed in the changelog there was in
>> this version change-log a 'fix font styling with Gtk >= 3.22 to use a
>> non-deprecated stanza"...
>> Now I'm wondering if there some hack I could use maybe on the theme to get
>> the font display fixed.
> No idea, but you may want to try another Clearlooks clone such as
> TraditionalOK, to see if it has the same issue.
Not sure where to get that, also not sure I'd change the whole theme
(which otherwise works very well), just for this plugin.
Wondering if anyone knows where that 'margin' setting is (if in the
theme or in the plugin) and if it's hackable.
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