On 04/08/2018 09:53 AM, Paul Sutton wrote: > Hi > > I have logged in to a recent previous install and run sudo apt update > and sudo apt upgrade to upgrade to a more recent release thing. > > Just had a look at the JWM settings manager panel settings. I can > set the panel position top / bottom fine. However if I try and set > left or right, I would expect it to appear vertically along the side > of the screen, however: > > I get a small box out of the side of the screen going inwards, this > has part of the Torios Logo on it (Apps menu) at a guess the whole > small box extends to what would be to the end of the places menu (to > give an idea on size) > > So it is trying to display something. > > I can still click on this, and get the menu, to change it back. I am > not sure if this is due to my netbook screen being small or jwm is not > rendering the menu properly vertically. > > I have looked at the about ToriOS box and copied that information in > to the manual (but not uploaded this to anywhere yet) > > > > Hope this helps > > Paul > Hi Paul, Thanks for finding this issue. The main bug here is that the panel height/width do not change accordingly. I guess I am assuming the user knows what they are trying to accomplish without giving them sane defaults if they do not. So the issue you are seeing is that your current height/width are just being transfered and so the panel looks really terrible and misshapen. I will do some additional checking and assume the user does not specifically want the defaults *if* they would be really odd. If the user is so hardcore they are doing really weird stuff I am sure they can edit xml fairly well and wont need my program. Keep up the good work!!
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