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Icon appearing on the wrong side of the screen 2 Years, 1 Month ago  
Sometimes when I start my computer the rainlendar icon appears on the wrong side of the screen (left instread of right) in ubuntu 12.04LTS.
This happend with version 2.10, with the latest beta I didn't experience it yet, but I can't confirm its fixed.


I couldn't see a topic with "known bugs" or something simular so I thought I would mention it.

An other thing, the icon displaying the date doesn't align properly with the rest of the icons in the task bar.
If you check the space between the native system icons and the Rainlendar icon you notice the difference. Or compare both screenshots, one is with Rainlendar and one without.
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Last Edit: 2012/08/19 16:53 By J.One.Reason: Forgot second screenshot :)
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Re:Icon appearing on the wrong side of the screen 2 Years, 1 Month ago  
Here is a better picture.
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Re:Icon appearing on the wrong side of the screen 2 Years, 1 Month ago  
If the tray icon is placed outside the tray it means that Rainlendar is started before the tray. Delaying the startup a while should fix that problem.

I'm not sure why the icon's offset is incorrect in the second image. The larger icon next to Rainlendar's might have something to do with it but I doubt this is something I can fix since the problem most likely is in the tray itself.
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