[Thunar-dev] System icons in desktop

Linos info at linos.es
Mon Mar 12 17:06:47 CET 2007

It doesnt works in my machine, it is a debian Etch with xfdesktop
version (4.4-rc1 i think), this feature was added after this
version i suposse, no?

El lun, 12-03-2007 a las 16:35 +0100, Stephan Arts escribió:
> On 3/12/07, Linos <info at linos.es> wrote:
> > Hello, i have been searching the list and i have found two messages in
> > xfce mailing list about that but they are from September 2006 so i am
> > trying now, do i have any way to hide/remove trash,home and filesystem
> > from desktop icons with icons enabled? i need this feature because i am
> > going to use xfce in a point of sale system with about 100 desktops, i
> > am trying to harden the system and i dont like they can open a file
> > manager too easily, i am found a possible workaround changing thunar
> > with nautilus but i think it is a horrible solution (i love thunar and
> > hates nautilus). Anyone can help me please?
> >From the xfdesktop readme file (referred to by the FAQ):
> http://svn.xfce.org/svn/xfce/xfdesktop/branches/xfce_4_4/README
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> The file icon view by default shows 'special' icons for the root of your
> filesystem, your home directory, and the trash.  Removable volumes (such as
> USB flash drives) are also shown when they are plugged in.  If you'd like to
> configure which of these are shown, edit (or create) the file
> ~/.config/xfce4/desktop/xfdesktoprc to look something like this:
> [file-icons]
> show-filesystem=true
> show-home=true
> show-trash=true
> show-removable=true
> The defaults are all 'true', but you can set ones you want hidden to 'false'.
> If an entry is omitted, it defaults to 'true'.  You will need to restart
> xfdesktop to make the settings take effect.
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Regards,
> Stephan
> >
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