Once the option “center-text” is set to “true” in Xfconf, text appears to the left of an icon, even though a shadow is in the right place. Any fixes for that?
What DE is it?
XFCE as stated in a tag.
Yeah. Saw that after the fact.
There was a fix a few weeks ago when it was happening. Looking for it now.
Text below icons is shifted leftwards
See if this is the issue.
Under: Font-Shadow issue within XFCE … bit hard to find … so
Font-Shadow issue within XFCE
Switch to another theme (e.g. Arc Maia), or execute the following cmd to fix the issue:
xfconf-query -c xfce4-desktop -p /desktop-icons/center-text -n -t bool -s false
This fixes the issue properly. (Can follow the links from Ask-Ubuntu #801478 3 to what exists for the xfce documentation.)
After the command is run the entry is created under “desktop-icons” in /home/[user]/.config/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/xfce4-desktop.xml.
I’ve seen that, it’s not a fix at all, it just disables centered text. I want this option enabled, but without the glitch.
The only fix is to downgrade
gtk-engine-murrine to version 0.98.2-2.2:
I placed this line in
/etc/pacman.conf in order to prevent the upgrade to the current, buggy version:
IgnorePkg = gtk-engine-murrine
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