Workspace width grows by the number of workspaces (or last workspace is wider than the first)
Submitted by Anton Pettersson
Assigned to Xfce Bug Triage
At first I was sure only the last workspace was wider than the others. Meaning that the all workspaces were the same width except the last one. Usually I have everything between 10 and 20 workspaces and I could clearly see that the last workspace was always a few pixels wider than some (all?) of the others.
But when I tried to dig deeper into this it seems the width might be changing with the number of workspaces. I configured only one workspace and it was 96 pixels I think. When I had two workspaces both were 97 pixels. When I had 3 workspaces the first two were 96 pixels and the last one was 98 or something..? At some point I had around 10 workspaces and measured the last workspaces to be like 4 pixels wider than the first. The reason I am so vague is because I used screenshots and GIMP to measure and it was just a pain in the end.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Configure 3 or more workspaces
- Measure each workspace
Last workspace is wider than the first
All workspaces should have equal width
Build Date & Hardware:
•100% ➜ pacman -Q | grep xfce4-panel xfce4-panel-gtk3 4.13.5-2 100% ➜ cat /etc/os-release NAME="Manjaro Linux" ID=manjaro ID_LIKE=arch PRETTY_NAME="Manjaro Linux" ANSI_COLOR="1;32" HOME_URL="https://www.manjaro.org/" SUPPORT_URL="https://www.manjaro.org/" BUG_REPORT_URL="https://bugs.manjaro.org/"