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Old 11-21-2007, 06:23 PM   #1
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Widen Vertical Scroll Bar in KDE

I'm useing KDE with Centos5

Can anyone tell me how to widen the vertical scroll bar (at right of screen)?

It's so narrow it almost can't be seen. Not a problem with the monitor as everything fits on the screen.

Old 12-26-2007, 08:41 AM   #2
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Still no answer.

If you have figured out a solution on your own please post it to help the next person; if not, maybe the answers to the following Q's will help:
  • Do you have this problem in all applications or only some? Which ones?
  • How many pixels is too narrow to see?
  • Do you have a screenshot available?
  • Which Window Decoration & Theme Manager are you using?
    (Control Center -- Appearance & Themes -- Window Decorations)
    (Control Center -- Appearance & Themes -- Theme Manager)


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