Manually edit desktop menu: submenus?
nickschermer at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 11:21:23 CET 2005
2005/11/15, Niki Kovacs <contact at kikinovak.net>:
> I want to edit my desktop menu (the one that appears when right-clicking
> on the
> desktop). I use xfce4-menueditor for that. In a stock installation of XFCE
> have Slackware 10.2), there is a bunch of Categories (Applications,
> Office, ...) each with its corresponding applications. In
> this corresponds to the included "System" menu. I deleted this entry,
> since 1)
> most is untranslated and 2) I don't want to list every single app on my
> but only those which I actually use.
> What I want for example:
> Internet -->
> Office -->
> Multimedia -->
> ... you get the picture.
> Now I can't seem to create submenu entries like I want to. All the items
> display one after another in the menu, instead of being organized in
In the menu editor can can add a sub menu (internet), and put some programs
in it (firefox...).
Q: is there a way to do this manually?
> Niki Kovacs
> PS: been using XFCE for three days only, read through the docs, and I'm
> enthusiastic about this. No way I'll get back to KDE or GNOME.
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