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Re: Moving/dragging panels on Gnome Desktop



2009/7/6 Max Pyziur <pyz brama com>:
>> On 06/07/09 19:38, Sharpe, Sam J wrote:
>>> 2009/7/6 Frank Murphy <frankly3d gmail com>:
>>>> On 06/07/09 19:20, Max Pyziur wrote:
>>>>> With the F11 release it seems that panels on the Gnome Desktop are no
>>>>> longer moveable. In F10, I could drag a panel, situated at the bottom
>>>>> of
>>>>> the Desktop, to either one of the sides or the top.
>>>>>
>>>>> Or is this controlled by some configuration setting?
>>>>
>>>> click +alt
>>>
>>> Doesn't do anything for me...
>>>
>>
>> Then 2nd Button click on the panel
>> Properties
>> Orientation
>
> Thanks for the quick reply. Both proposed solutions work for me.
>
> My issue with gnome-desktop is that it seems when two panels are stacked
> one on top of the other (say on the bottom) they often do not load
> properly and therefore do not function. I'm trying to position one panel
> on the side/top with the other on the bottom to see if this is something
> that avoids this issue.

Ahh, ALT+Click depends on using metacity - I'm using Gnome+Openbox
just to be contrary ;o)

-- 
Sam


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