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Under the Hood212:29, 12 November 2011
"Lock Widgets" moved to "More Settings"211:21, 30 June 2011
Add Panel219:42, 6 August 2010

Under the Hood

This section contains a very puzzling part:

The relevant stanza for a default panel containment should read: Please provide the default stanza

Does this mean that actual info is missing? If so, it might be a good idea to be more specific - perhaps something like

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Here the relevant stanza for a default panel containment should go. Please help us provide the info if you know anything about this


Btw. is "stanza" the preferred way to refer to such parts of a settings file, or would something like "section" do?

Claus chr19:55, 9 November 2011

I had a quick chat on #plasma, and the concensus was that your interpretation is right, your solution good, and substituting 'section' for 'stanza' would be a good thing :-)

annew20:22, 11 November 2011

OK. I have made the change.

Claus chr12:29, 12 November 2011
 
 

"Lock Widgets" moved to "More Settings"

Aaron Seigo has moved the "Lock Widgets" button under the "More Settings" menu as per my request: http://www.mail-archive.com/plasma-devel@kde.org/msg11642.html

Aspotashev10:51, 30 June 2011

I mean that this page should be updated according to this.

Aspotashev10:53, 30 June 2011

[SOLVED] Moved the line about "Lock Widgets".

Aspotashev11:21, 30 June 2011
 
 

Does anybody know where the new panel is supposed to appear? I get mixed results here (SC 4.5 RC2). Sometimes its on top and sometimes at the bottom, regardless if there were already one or not.

Jaclar15:40, 6 August 2010

Whenever I've tried it, by default it has opened at the top of the screen. I'm running the same release as you. I'd avoid being specific about that, at least until the full 4.5 release. You could say that in 4.4 the top is the default - I think that is undeniable, though of course I could be wrong.

annew18:38, 6 August 2010
 

it tires to find a "free" screen edge, starting at the bottom. it then tries the top, then the left, then the right. it favors edges without panels touching them.

in the docs, though, it's probably enough to just say that it looks for an available screen edge to place it on.

Aseigo19:42, 6 August 2010
 

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