Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: Dec. 04 2007,17:42
|Perhaps I should make 32 the default?|
That's a big tray. I pulled my icons off the .jwmrc-tray and set up a second tray that looks kind of like a NeXT/WindowMaker dock. I keep mine on autohide so it's out of the way and I don't lose any screen real estate. Here's the shot I took before removing the icons from .jwmrc-tray (so they're in both trays):
Size in the .jwmrc-tray, bottom-right tray is 36 pixels (which allows 32x32 without any scaling). I don't know if you want two separate trays, though, especially since (a) you'd probably want to leave autohide=false and (b) it would accordingly rob an area of 36x horizontal and 36x vertical with autohide=false unless you set its layer low so it's (almost) always on bottom.
EDIT: I just tried my second tray with autohide=false and with both the default layer (8) and with 0 to make sure what I wrote would work. On default, I can maximize between my trays -- robbing 20-something pixels across the top and 36 vertical and horizontal from the second tray, which would be bad on a small monitor. With layer="0", I can maximize over the second tray. So that's an option to consider if you're open to a second tray (and then maybe use some of the space on the first for "quick" menus like a MyDSL menu, net menu, etc.?).
(Edited again to reflect actual size of second tray at 36 instead of 32.)
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