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Old 10-13-2004, 05:47 PM   #1
tsalem
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Registered: Sep 2004
Distribution: Ubuntu 5.4 Hoary
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KDE Taskbar Question


I've just installed KDE 3.3 on Gentoo, and there is an annoying quirk I've had with the Taskbar.

When the Panel is sized normal, the Taskbar entries stack above one another, like
1357
2468 etc.

Is there a way I can change it to
1234
5678

I'd like to keep it this size, but I'd like the taskbar entries to fill up the first row, then work on the second row.

In Mandrake, I just use Tiny, but I'd really like to leave it normal, because the icons aren't sized microscopically. I couldn't find any options in the configuration dialog. Any help would be well appreciated. Thanks.

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