there is now an option "text_pos_panel". If set to "manually" the
position is obtained by the two options mentioned before, if set to
"right_bottom" you get the behavior suggested before, "left_bottom",
"left_top" and "right_top" are also possible values. This should work
for the gnome panel and the system tray (not tested yet), for the other
frontends this option is ignored.
This should also fix debian bug #367649 reported by Bas Zoetekouw (once
2.3.0 is released).
CU Robert :-)
On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 18:48:16 +0100
Roland Stigge <stigge@...> wrote:
> Robert Sowada wrote:
> > this feature was lost when merging the code of the gtk and gnome
> > applets and creating the systray applet. The positioning of the gtk
> > applet was taken for all frontends. I just committed some code (to the
> > 2.3.0 branch) that allows positioning of the text relative to the image
> > manually (via the options "text_pos_horiz" and "text_pos_vert") for all
> > frontends. With this code available it should now be no problem to add
> > an option for positioning the text beside the icon in the gnome
> > frontend. Should the text be placed to the right for a horizontal
> > oriented panel and below for a vertical panel?
> Yes, sounds reasonable. Thanks!