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Bug #2217

[xfce4-timer-plugin]: Takes up vertical space with no point in doing it

ani - 8 months ago - . Updated 8 months ago.

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unconfirmed
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bug
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Description

This is a minor bug that happens on my laptop which runs a x86_64 Parabola GNU/Linux-libre OS. I have three panels on XFCE screen space, the right most one is a vertical panel with a workspace switcher, a timer (bug concerning), a clock and a calendar.
I use "Deskbar" as Panel Display Mode and the timer plugin is taking up space above and below which is not necessary and expands the panel when there is no point. I think that the user adds expansion separators to expand and thus the plugin should not.

See attached screenshot for an example.


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Screenshot_2019-02-03_12-33-02.png (2.47 KB) Screenshot_2019-02-03_12-33-02.png XFCE Timer Plugin on Panel with Deskbar Mode ani, 2019-02-27 08:38 PM

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Updated by bill-auger 8 months ago

this is likely because the developer of that plugin never tried it in vertical mode - i have noticed that with some of the lxpanel plugins

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