The indicator applet "bug" has been inherited from Ubuntu. It seems that they've now packaged a lot of the applet icons into a single applet and put some spaces between them. There's also talk of Ubuntu annihilating Gnome's system tray within a few releases. I unfortunately have no clue how to get rid of the ugly spaces between the applet icons...Deusdies wrote:The only problem I have is with the indicator-applet. Weird, next to all those icons there's about 50px of free space in the applet, occupying the bottom gnome-panel, but I can't shorten it. I'm sure it's just some bug.
Also, how do I install LXDE and KDE on my gnome version of Mint 9?
As for KDE and LXDE, I would wait until the KDE and LXDE versions of Mint 9 are released. So far, only the Gnome version is out...