Description of problem:
Bad default value of auto_hide_size. And, auto_hide_size is missing on
the "panel properties" dialog box.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Actual Results: Too much of the panel still visible. And, no way to
fix this on "panel properties".
Expected Results: Default value of auto_hide_size should be 1 (or 0 if
possible). And, the "panel properties" should allow to modify
Workaround: use gconf-editor, select "/ apps panel profiles default
toplevels bottom_panel", and modify auto_hide_size to 1.
Also known at:
Created attachment 97509 [details]
This patch sets the default auto_hide_size to 1.
Not sure if this is something to be "fixed". 6 pixels is allright for
me, so this is probably a matter of opinion. Are you sure the panel
will even reappear if you set the auto_hide_size to 0?
Would be nice if this would be configurable, but just setting
auto_hide_size to 1 doesn't seem to be the way to go.
What is this patch supposed to do? I applied it but don't see any
change. Should there be a visible change or only a functional one?
Thank you for testing. It doesn't change the current settings when
upgrading. It only sets the default initial value to 1 instead of 6.
There is more test feedback on the bug report at gnome.
This being tracked upstream:
closing out as UPSTREAM
I'm not sure closing this bug as UPSTREAM at the current stage is a
good solution. We first have to establish if this needs to be fixed in
Fedora Core 1. - Personally I think not as this patch doesn't seem to
have any positive impact when doing an *update*, but this is just one
opinion. - If not it might just as well be closed WONTFIX.
Please reopen and have a discussion (on fedora-devel) first.
(If this were a single issue I wouldn't mind it being closed right
now, but since there are other issues that need to be addressed this
issue could be addressed at the same time just as well.)