I’d like to have panel in my QWS server that is above all other windows. And if some other window want to maximize contents must not overlap with panel space. Is it possible somehow?
Can’t open Panel settings with super-alt right-click in gnome-classic after resize
I accessed the Panel settings by clicking Windows+Alt+RightClick
I edited the Panel settings, I unchecked the "Expand" option, and now panel shrunk to accommodate only the items present on the panel, there is no "empty" space on the panel where I right click and get the Preferences ba
I've recently had an issue with Mandriva not booting properly, and now that issue is sorted but now I have another issue. There is a small gap between my open window and the panel at the bottom. It shows my desktop wallpaper, and if I right-click on the space, it comes up with the same menu as if I was right-clicking on the panel. Also, the icons on the panel are overlapping onto the desktop.
I have several apps that use indicators. Always, when I activate a particular app, Hotot for example, a window and indicator appears on my top panel. If I close the app using the x button, the Hotot window closes and minimizes to the top panel.
So, I've just installed Xfce4 and instead of choosing a "default panel" to begin with, I've accidentally chosen a blank panel. So, I added some things that I want on my panel (app menu, date/time, and some buttons), but I don't have a taskbar. There seems to be no way to add the taskbar as an item to the panel. So, when I open a window and minimize it, it disappears.
Emerald handles window borders only. Whether compiz or xfwm4 or whatever window manager manages it shouldn't have a visual impact on the panel. Some might place it on a different place and/or give it a border, but it changing the colors and whatnot of the panel isn't part of their job.You can customize the panel though, have a look at Panel in the settings manager.