the system tray in kde, 3.3 has changed from 3.2,
somthing about the icon size...
what the fault is, the icon look normal but when i open
overnet interfacet it fools around the traybar, and
spaces betwin the icons...
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and the much older bug linked from there.
This has been a problem with the KDE system tray for ages.
AFAIK the KDE system tray basically assumes that tray items are
perfectly square icons, which is not the case for ed2k-gtk-gui.
The tray should show:
(v) 9.1 (^) 5.1
where (v) is the download icon, and (^) is the upload icon.
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what he means is that when using the edonkey gui the system
tray icon causes each icon in the system tray to become VERY
spaced out in between.
I know what he means - I did read the referenced bug reports on
What I mean is: it's ultimately a bug in the kde systray
implementation, and there is little I can do about it (and at the same
time keeping the current functionality of the tray icon, that is).
Can't this be avoided with a option to suppress the
'feature' that causes this problem?
This is the only tray program I have this issue with, so
regardless of KDEs issue, all other apps either know the
requirements to avoid the situation, or the limits of
current functionality in that setting.