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    KDE 3.2 Kicker Config

    Hey all,

    I was wondering how I can make the icons on the kicker panel (or whatever you call the thing thats like MS's quick luanch panel) smaller. I want it to look like this pic here: http://img.osnews.com/img/5410/kde1.png with the large kde menu button and the small luanch icons.

    Anyone know how to accomplish this....I'm using kde3.2 beta2

    thanks

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    Re: KDE 3.2 Kicker Config

    Originally posted by u3mike
    Hey all,

    I was wondering how I can make the icons on the kicker panel (or whatever you call the thing thats like MS's quick luanch panel) smaller. I want it to look like this pic here: http://img.osnews.com/img/5410/kde1.png with the large kde menu button and the small luanch icons.

    Anyone know how to accomplish this....I'm using kde3.2 beta2

    thanks
    it should be under the menu called panel menu and then the sub menu labled size. to get there right click on the start applications menu
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    I don't want the bar smaller, I wanted the little icons to be smaller. I need the bar to stay at the normal size. Here a picture is worth a thousand words I'm told


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    Originally posted by u3mike
    I don't want the bar smaller, I wanted the little icons to be smaller. I need the bar to stay at the normal size. Here a picture is worth a thousand words I'm told

    just that particular set of icons?
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    Ya,

    well I would be using different programs and icons, but I want it to look like that. The big K and the small lunchers

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    Originally posted by u3mike
    Ya,

    well I would be using different programs and icons, but I want it to look like that. The big K and the small lunchers
    I am going to have to check into this but off the top of my head I know you can get different icon sets in different resolouatitions sp? have you look in the control center under the appearance section then icons, then under the advanced tab?
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    Right-click kicker, Add, Applet, Quick Launcher.

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    Originally posted by soda_popstar
    Right-click kicker, Add, Applet, Quick Launcher.
    yep, thats it
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    Neat! Thanks alot guys!

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    Originally posted by u3mike
    Neat! Thanks alot guys!
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