No "Edit Menu" in Applications menu properties ?
laurento.frittella at gmail.com
Tue Jul 22 22:54:59 CEST 2014
I'm using menulibre:
"An advanced menu editor that provides modern features in a clean,
easy-to-use interface. All without GNOME dependencies, so even
lightweight systems can benefit from the sanity that MenuLibre offers.
MenuLibre is your one-stop shop for menus in Linux, whether you use
GNOME, LXDE, Xfce, or Unity."
2014-07-22 21:54 GMT+02:00 Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net>:
> On Tue, 2014-07-22 at 15:10 -0400, Renaud (Ron) OLGIATI wrote:
>> which should persuade you I am already using the original
>> "Applications menu"
> My bad :). Btw. I switched to a WM, JWM, but I adopted some very, very
> useful Xfce4 apps. I edited a minimalist tailor-made JWM menu + scrips
> that automatically launch combinations of apps I need (I already did
> that when using Xfce4, since scripts are nice to restore audio
> production sessions, I dislike audio session managers). To get a GUI for
> all available apps, on top of my JWM menu, I add xfce4-appfinder (I also
> adopted Alt+F3 to launch it). IMO there isn't a perfect menu, unless you
> edit a menu that fits to your workflow. JFTR Ubuntu Studio comes with a
> special Xfce4 menu, the maintainers, especially Len, do a god job, but
> it still is not an individual tailor made menu. IMO editing the menu by
> alacarte or any alternative can't fit to what an individual user needs
> and there's no real difference between Whisker and the Xfce4 default
> menu. Just my 2 Cents, I'm at odds with Xfce4 menus and the much to
> complicated way to really, really customize them.
> Anyway, Xfce4 is the only DE I like :), a WM without a DE has got some
> advantages and some drawbacks ;). For Xfce4 I'm missing a documentation
> how to really edit the menu. A link is welcome ;).
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