Xfbook, Xfdiff, Xffm etc in Gnome menu

Ladanyi, Akos ladanyi at tmit.bme.hu
Thu Jun 2 15:28:09 CEST 2005

On Wed, 2005-06-01 at 16:05 -0700, Brian J. Tarricone wrote: 
> No, this is normal, expected behavior.  It's not a "gnome" menu.  It's
> just a menu, and it should contain all applications installed on the
> system that conform to the freedesktop.org spec.  xfdiff, xfbook,
> etc., while they are "Xfce apps", don't really fall into the category
> of something that should have OnlyShowIn set.  OnlyShowIn is for stuff
> that is truly desktop-specific, e.g., something like desktop settings
> panels that only work in that particular desktop.  Xffm's tools are
> general-purpose and should appear if you have them installed.  If you
> don't want them to appear, then don't install them.

Thanks for the answer Brian. I don't mind that Xffm and its tools show
up in Gnome's Applications menu, but I think it would be better if they
would show up in some category (System Tools, or Other) and not in the
root of the menu.


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