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Old 03-10-2020, 01:18 PM   #46
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Originally Posted by serendipity7000 View Post
Actually - something Kiezel mentioned earlier about windows pushing the ibar to the right (instead of appearing to the left of them) - at the time I said just move the ibar to the left a bit. This is now no longer working I've found, on a new install on another machine. I did eventually get the windows to appear on the right of the ibar rather than moving the ibar, by removing and then adding systray - which puts the spacer on the right of the ibar instead of the left. Couldn't find a way to move the spacer.
I think it may have been me that mentioned this about my initial install. However I didn't have any difficulty putting ibar and tasks back where I want, I was just providing feedback incase the default was inadvertently wrong, which it seems it isn't. In live boot, ibar is left of tasks anyway.

In my bodhi experience, it often seems if one makes any kind of change that affects the shelf - scaling, shelf size, adding/removing gadgets/modules/etc, changing theme or icons maybe, it can cause shelf to rearrange itself. But, I can always get it back to where I want, and it doesn't seem to change by itself after that, only if I do something else related to shelf. On my initial install I probably did something like that which caused them to swap before I noticed. edit: pretty sure what I did to trigger it was remove the pager.

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Old 03-10-2020, 01:53 PM   #47
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Yeah Iím ok with it but think itís just a spacer setting from the outset.
Old 03-12-2020, 05:18 AM   #48
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Had an error message when I turned on today - something about efreet?

Re moving icons - yes this happens on the right side - battery, clock etc. But the ibar on the left should stay next to the start button. Thought I had sorted it but the spacer has moved back to the left again so open windows push the ibar to the right. Is this something that can be sorted?
Old 03-12-2020, 05:31 AM   #49
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Right click on the shelf and click "refresh"
Then rearrange your gadgets

I hope it will help



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