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Gap after cmdline Plug-in
02-02-2004, 01:43 AM
Post: #1
 
The taskbar cmdline plug-in is on has minimum toolbar size = 1.

Is there some reason only this [cmdline] plug-in has such a large gap between it and then next taskbar? Is there a way currently to shrink it? If I delete the cmdline plug-in and leave the clock, the taskbar can shrink much more.

I am using my own skin Flat CmdLine, but it has the same results with all skins I have tested.

[Image: cmdline-gap.png]

Thanks.
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02-02-2004, 01:59 AM
Post: #2
 
Strange, I've got a cmdline and netmon next to eachother and have placed a spacer between them in order to have some space. Maybe the width of the editbox has something to do with it? Mine is set to 300 pixels.

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Cornelis

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02-02-2004, 02:05 AM
Post: #3
 
Putting the cmdline on a separate taskbar doesn't show the behaviour described by you, as you can see in the attached image.

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Cornelis

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02-02-2004, 03:16 AM
Post: #4
 
You are right corny.

I now notice is that this happens when I have another plug-in beneath the cmdline, such as the clock; I have also tested with netmonitor.

I made a fresh toolbar and only put the cmdline on and looked the same as yours, corny. Once I added a clock or netmonitor beneath it, the gap increased.

Now for another test...

Evidentally this happens with other plug-ins as well. In my fresh toolbar, I deleted the cmdline and kept the netmonitor. I was then able to shrink the toolbar down normally, then added another netmonitor beneath the current one, and the gap increased. Same happens with replacing the other netmonitor with a sysmonitor.

I guess I always thought it was cmdline because that is the only toolbar that I have two plug-in's with one on top of the other (two rows).
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