My first install was Ornara and there weren’t margins in the panel. I liked that because I formatted the date to include the day and the month as words, and the time and date looked big. I know some people like to reduce the panel height. I used to be one of them, but the time and date size was one of the reasons for me to change my mind.
Now, in the edit mode you see margins which make the time and the date aligned with the icons. Makes a lot of sense aesthetically, but I got used to bigger time and date. Is it possible to remove the margins?
I don’t get it, is this a new Manjaro install? Also, where is the date?
Did you modify the Panel used (Plasma Style in Appearance settings)? Seems like it to me, I mean this doesn’t look like a default Panel to me but maybe that’s something new in the last ISO, I’m not sure.
Thanks. I didn’t think of moving the clock. That does solve the size problem, although I would prefer to have it in the default position.
I am indeed running Breath2 2021, but switching to the old Breath didn’t change the clock size.
EDIT I didn’t think this was theme-related, but I tried the Oxygen theme and the date is big in it. I’ll consider switching to Oxygen, although I like Breath2 2021.
EDIT 2 The closest I got to what I wanted is this: System Settings > Appearance > Global Theme > Plasma Style > Breath Dark. I’m not completely satisfied (I’m not sure I’m digging the active window highlight in the panel and the icons in the panel).
I still think I might edit Breath2 2021 in a file somewhere (plasma-org.kde.plasma.desktop-appletsrc) in such a way as to get exactly what I want.
Tried to move it on the other side? Tried to move everything out of this “margin area”?
I think this is a new feature with Breath themes, in Edit mode I think you have more settings about that if you click the cog wheel on the right side. No it is not the same thing, but still there are new features with Breath themes Panel. Not really sure what you were referring to :\