gauche wrote:...PS. I believe UX types have a standard term for "infinite pixel", but I can't remember what it is.
In Mint 12, I had an "infinite pixel" scroll bar. That is, it pushed up right against the edge of my screen with no margin. Therefore, I could push the mouse right to the edge of the screen and still be able to click on the scroll bar. In Mint 13, the scroll bar is offset from the edge of the screen, so I have to be careful not to go too far right.
Is there any way to have this fixed? In my opinion, every vertical scroll bar in every maximized window should adhere to the infinite pixel rule.
I can't help but notice the cinnamon menu adheres to this rule both on the horizontal and vertical axes.
abnvolk wrote:Please use another theme - it is theme-specific.
stopgo wrote:I tried all the themes that came bundled with Mint13, all seem to have the problem. I then went looking for GnomishDark which wasn't included, and wan't in the list available through clicking on Get New Themes".
I found this http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=147290
It's not a cinnamon theme, and wouldn't load initially, but I found by renaming the gnome-shell directory to cinnamon, and the gnome-shell.css to cinnamon.css it would load.
It doesn't look right, because it's not a cinnamon theme.
The 1 pixel problem is still there.
If you can describe what else you might have done to fix this, it would be much appreciated.
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