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Hi Lassekongo. I'm looking for an old wallpaper I used in the past 2005', named "the elephant strip" : can you kindly provide my with the link? KR

Very nice! Thanks!

Hi Lassekongo, Reactos could use a style, maby can you make something for Reactos, in Blue Reactos Colors, mus be later 100% X compatieble, because they works with a cleanroom and found the code 100% by self for be at last 100% compatieble and no take from MS code.. so, a XP from The community, Reactos :) later free fro all , like freebeer and 100% save because open source, GPL2.. i want you invite to the project as designer :)
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Hey,

I've got a question, hope you can help,

I've been googling for quite a while for a remedy on how to adjust the panel's notification area in Xfce to allow icons in the tray/notification area more space, so they are not too tight on one another. I was told, that this has to be edited in the Gtk file of the theme, yet I cannot seem to find the right strings, thus would appreciate your help.

Thanks!
Depends on what theme you use.

For my themes Zukitwo and Zukiwi.
Zukitwo/gtk-2.0/widgets/panel.rc

The first you'll see when you open that file is this:
xthickness = 4 # The spacing (padding) inside and between applets. Add a lower value for a more compact look.
Change 4 to a higher number. In other themes it may be located in the gtkrc file. Style classes can vary between themes. But this will fix it in my themes anyways.

Unfortunately there's a design miss by the XFCE devs. When that number is higher the icons in the panel will become smaller.