Panel plugins have a fixed size in trunk

Nick Schermer nickschermer at
Mon Sep 10 19:25:57 CEST 2007

2007/9/10, Enrico Tröger <enrico.troeger at>:
> On Mon, 10 Sep 2007 14:16:47 +0200, "Nick Schermer"
> <nickschermer at> wrote:
> > >From now on the plugin size is fixed in trunk. This means the plugin
> > cannot increase the panel size anymore and will be cutoff when it is
> > bigger.
> Much better now. The last days I used the old panel code because the
> missing symbols(especially for pidgin) were too annoying.
> But now, some things doesn't look nice anymore and some others need
> fixing like the orage clock(see attached image).

Yeah that's a pitty. Most plugins are not designed for vertical
panels, atleast not when they don't get the needed size. That's a real
downside of this fix, but plugin writers need to fix this.

> And I have some space(see attached image, between xmms-plugin and
> pidgin) in the systray. I have no idea which causes this space. Any
> ideas?

Probably a not propery display systemtray icon, please try rev. 26067 or later.


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