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HOWTO Panel in KDE 4.1.2

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RE: HOWTO Panel in KDE 4.1.2

Sat Jan 24, 2009 3:35 am
in KDE 4.2 there is a System Monitor - Temperature applet that can monitor system temperature sensors.


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RE: HOWTO Panel in KDE 4.1.2

Sat Jan 24, 2009 4:55 am
bcooksley wrote:in KDE 4.2 there is a System Monitor - Temperature applet that can monitor system temperature sensors.


Hi, Thank you for your reply, I will check into kde 4.2.


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RE: HOWTO Panel in KDE 4.1.2

Tue Feb 17, 2009 9:47 pm
I`m using KDE 4.2rc1 and the system tray over took 3/4 of the panel.When I browse firefox around the internet and I minimize firefox,I can`t see on the bottom panel.
How can we fix it?:'(
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RE: HOWTO Panel in KDE 4.1.2

Wed Feb 18, 2009 12:23 am
This is most probably because the Task Manager widget was somehow removed on your panel. Click on the cashew/plasma icon at the far right of the panel, then click on Add Widgets. Look for the Task Manager widget then drag that into the panel.

Hope that solves it.


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RE: HOWTO Panel in KDE 4.1.2

Wed Feb 18, 2009 1:35 am
Jucato wrote:This is most probably because the Task Manager widget was somehow removed on your panel. Click on the cashew/plasma icon at the far right of the panel, then click on Add Widgets. Look for the Task Manager widget then drag that into the panel.

Hope that solves it.


:-D:-DYes it works thnx Jucato
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RE: HOWTO Panel in KDE 4.1.2

Tue Apr 14, 2009 12:21 pm
Hi, just returned from a bit of messing around with KDE4.2 (Kubuntu beta 9.10 live CD). One thing I noticed...

I like to have two panels. My setup on KDE 3.5 is: One panel at the bottom of the screen with the K menu, pager, task bar, battery status and the systray. A second panel at the top of the screen with a small wifi monitor, many quick launch icons, then the clock, date, and system monitor graphs (CPU usage, RAM, traffic...).

I tried to setup two similar panels in KDE4.2. The problem is, e.g. the clock plasmoid takes all available space on a panel, and centers its output in this space. So, I'm not able to make an empty panel with the clock all to the right... it's centered, no way to change it.

I learned that there is a thing called "panel spacer" plasmoid, that can eat the excess space of a panel... but I think a cleaner (and more obvious) solution would be to make the clock use as less space as possible!
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RE: HOWTO Panel in KDE 4.1.2

Tue Apr 14, 2009 10:52 pm
Plasma always aims to allocate all space in the Panels, if you add more Plasmoids, then it will reallocate the space automatically, you do not need to shrink them in order to add more.


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Re: HOWTO Panel in KDE 4.1.2

Wed Jul 22, 2009 10:35 am
Accidently I have remove the Main Panel from my Desktop can somebody plz tell me how to restore it.

I am using OpenSuse 11.1
KDE 4.1
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Re: HOWTO Panel in KDE 4.1.2

Wed Jul 22, 2009 2:44 pm
You right click the desktop>add panel, you can then add all the default widgets to the panel.

Alternatively you can use this in terminal to restore the whole plasma desktop applets to the default:
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kquitapp plasma
rm -fv `kde4-config --localprefix`/share/config/plasma-appletsrc
plasma &

 
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