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Re: KDE newbie problem: desktop Panel reserving space on the other screen!

 On 3/6/08, Brendan Kidwell <[hidden email]> wrote: 
> If I put a KDE panel on the BOTTOM of screen 1: 
> * The panel reserves vertical space on the bottom of screen 1, paints 
> itself. (okay) 
> * The bottom of screen 2 appears to behave NORMALLY. Windows can be placed 
> there. (okay) 

Actually... I can't place the a windows so far down on screen 2 that the 
titlebar appears in what would be the reserved space if the Panel really 
were there. So the bug exists whether I put a Panel on the TOP or BOTTOM of 
a screen, but since the reserved space only restricts where you can place 
the TOPMOST portion of a window, it's not much of an issue when the Panel is 
at the bottom of the screen. 

Am I making sense, or should I diagram this in Google's slideshow program? 

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