On 11/28/2015 06:17 AM, Timothy Murphy wrote:
Glenn Holmer wrote:
> I have no idea what *either* of you are talking about. I'm talking about
> the panel at the bottom of the screen, which contains the application
> menu, pager for virtual desktops, launchers, task manager (running
> programs) and on the far right, the system tray.
> I've tried to click everywhere including in between things, and I don't
> see "Taskbar Manager Settings" anywhere. I do see "TASK Manager
> Settings", but disabling tooltips there does not affect the application
> menu, the pager, the launchers, or the system tray.
I should have said "Task Manager Settings" not "Taskbar Manager
I see this option if I right click on any "task", which I take to refer to
the rectangles containing icons describing activities
in various virtual desktops, eg (in my case) bash, knode, firefox, etc.
I assume the term "taskbar" refers to this portion of the panel.
If I go to Task Manager Settings, and switch off the option "Show tooltips"
I no longer see tooltips for the tasks (five at the moment in my case)
but I still see tooltips for all the other icons/widgets in the panel,
eg the clock.
...which is exactly what I said, so we're back to square one. Does
anyone know how to disable the rest of the tooltips?
Glenn Holmer (Linux registered user #16682)
"After the vintage season came the aftermath -- and Cenbe."