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I just got Mandrake 10.1, and installed gnome to use instead of KDE. Two things I need to know are: How to get a system tray (so I can re-open ...
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    system tray in gnome


    I just got Mandrake 10.1, and installed gnome to use instead of KDE. Two things I need to know are:
    How to get a system tray (so I can re-open gaim and stuff) and how to make everything not so big. My resolution is 1280x1024 but it looks horrible.

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    I am from sweden. thereforer I have swedish language in gnome. but i think I'll be able to help you.

    right click on the toolbar, chose add to toolbar. here comes the tricky part. notifieringsyta in english. notification space??? it has a circle with an "i" in it. hope you'll find it.

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    Did you try to *Add* all to the gnome-panel ? It's a good way to discover things, the Tray should be there in the list. As for the size - Right Click on the tray or whatever - and chose the size in the *Size* option !

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    Also, you might have to activate an option in gaim so it minimizes to the sistem tray.
    Stumbling around the 'net:
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    Icons

    I'm using Mandriva 2005 and I can resize my icons to make it look a little better just by right clicking the icon and clicking "stretch icon". This could help with why things look so big, I use shortcut keys for opening most of my apps though so I have like 4 icons, lol.

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