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Old 1st June 2012, 03:53 AM
omgimdrunk Offline
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Gnome 3.4.1 Application icon-grid padding

Something odd I noticed when applying themes to the gnome shell.
When clicking activities -> then applications, all the Icons are squished together, I checked the .css and it looks normal:

.icon-grid {
    spacing: 36px;
    -shell-grid-item-size: 118px; /*search-result-button-size*/

.contact-grid {
    spacing: 36px;
    -shell-grid-item-size: 272px; /* 2 * -shell-grid-item-size + spacing */

    icon-size: 96px;

.all-app {
    padding: 16px 25px 16px 16px; /*25=for the side of the menu, so it's not right beside the scrollbar*/
    spacing: 20px;
The default theme is the only one that keeps the icons from dry humping each other. Any ideas?
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Old 1st June 2012, 03:48 PM
DBelton Offline
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Re: Gnome 3.4.1 Application icon-grid padding

I noticed that same thing myself, but since I had already decided to quit using Gnome shell, I didn't really look much at it to find a fix.
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