GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 331888
Panel icon is too large, doesn't respect background colour
Last modified: 2006-03-06 03:02:42 UTC
My panel is 24 pixels high but the fusa icon is slightly too large, and doesn't seem to respect the background colour of the panel.
I'll attach a screenshot.
Created attachment 59766 [details]
1) the background colour of the FUSA icon is slightly different
2) there is a small 1px border at the bottom
3) the icon is clipped at the top
This is with 2.13.91 in Ubuntu Dapper.
Confirming. There is also 5px of padding on both sides of the icon, which wastes precious panel space and makes fast-user-switch-applet look different compared to other applets.
This'll have to wait for RC3, obviously :-).
The background color/bottom border is a bug in the clearlooks engine: #333398
The spacing is 3px, and is removed in my local copy -- I'm trying to wrangle testers with a variety of GDM versions to see if some changes I made to that work before going for commit approval.
Mostly fixed in CVS HEAD, with huge panels and icon-mode there's some cutoff but it Works For Me(tm) in smaller panels.
The problem with icon sizing is GTK+'s handling of "Fixed"-type icon-theme directory, and gnome-icon-theme's recent change to Fixed from Threshold.
There's a similar problem with the FileChooser in non-gnome-vfs mode: #310653