Description of problem:
I'm setting up my root login the way I like it on new x86_64 f7 install.
I added the mini command window applet and the system monitor applet
to the panel, I configured the system monitor applet to show 3 graphs
for processor, network, and hard disk. When I reboot the system and log
back in, the 3 graphs come up as what looks like just the top of the frame
around the graph in the middle of the panel (see attached screen shot).
The actual applet running (to be unambiguous about the different applets)
appears to be /usr/libexec/multiload-applet-2.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Only tried it once so far, I'll report back if it happens the next time
I login or reboot.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. see description
the three graphs about as high as the panel.
I'm just running plain gnome, no compiz or desktop effects turned on.
Created attachment 155989 [details]
screen shot of the panel
I wanted to report this while I saw it on the screen and was thinking about it,
but I've tried both logging out and in and rebooting now, and it has drawn
the graphs perfectly each time, so I guess this was just some sort of impossible
to reproduce freak timing thing the first time I saw it. Feel free to close
this as "too silly to fool with" :-).
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