Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 77600
notificationarea draws the icon badly on menupanels. Its like the applet thinks it is larger than it is.
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:38:04 EDT
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Description of problem:
I deleted the panel that RedHat supplied me with in RH8.0 and created a
menupanel instead and added a notificationarea to that menupanel. Now the
notificationarea-applet draws the icon in the area wrong. Its like it thinks it
is larger than it is. The picture in the supplied URL shows the gnomeicuicon
beeing drawed at the top of the area so only the bottom of the icon is showed.
This happens all the time with the menupanel. Also it happens with the
authorizationicon. I cant test more application that uses the notificationarea
since i do not know about more programs that uses it.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Delete the supplied panel with RH 8.0
2. Add a menupanel and a notificationarea on that panel.
3. See the icons on the area get drawn badly.
Actual Results: The icons do not draw correct. I only see the bottom half of
Expected Results: The notificationarea should know about the menupanels size
and draw the icons correctly.
I believe this is actually a bug in the icons themselves (e.g. gnomeicu),
in that they don't resize on receiving a smaller size allocation. But I could be
Yes, that is probably true. It workes now, dont tell me how i did it, but i
belive it is becaus i restarted the computer. So i'l delete this bug here.
Changing to MoveUpstream keyword instead of GnomeUpstream tracking bug.
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