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Re: [opensuse] 12.1 and re-arranging icons in Quicklaunch
On 19/11/11 01:26, Rodney Baker wrote:
On Fri, 18 Nov 2011 15:04:28 Basil Chupin wrote:
On 18/11/11 15:22, Ken Schneider - openSUSE wrote:
I think the correct method is:

right click on task bar and unlock widgets
right click on task bar and click on "panel options"
and then "panel settings"

At this point move the task bar items to your hearts content.

When finished right click on the task bar and lock the widgets again.
AHA! Many thanks, Ken! Works on all the added icons - except for the
one which was in place by default, namely the Dolphin icon: trying to
move it results in moving a whole strip of the taskbar.

Then I would ask, "Is the Dolphin icon actually in the Quick Launch container,
or next to it?"

I've been caught on this before - you can drop launcher widgets onto the task
bar and not actually have them in another container (quick launch, system tray
etc). Try moving Quick Launch and see if Dolphin moves with it. Either way,
removing the Dolphin icon and re-adding it *inside* the quick launch container
should fix it.

Which is what I did :-) but thanks for the suggestion anyway.

BTW, the Firefox icon is also an icon which appears by default in the same area but you cannot adjust/amend its preferences (eg, I also have Firefox 11.0 installed and so change the Application parameter to start this rather than the FF installed in oS); the only way to be able to make such changes is to delete this 'default' icon and replace it with the FF icon from Favourites.


Diapers and politicians should be changed often; both for the same reason.

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