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Old 03-31-2007, 05:47 PM   #1
Pauli
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Ubuntu Gnome Tasklist Bar Make Standard Size


Basically, the tasklist for each window which is open, does the standard gnome stretching widths. I hate this. I cannot stand this. But I also hate kde, which does this by default.

Being that its linux I thought there must be a way to keep all the icons the same size, and shrink when it runs out of room, but it doesn't.

Its especially irritating in firefox when you switch tabs and it shrinks the taskbar icon and enlarges it depending on the title of the website.

Anyone know how to fix it?

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