jasper at xfce.org
Sat Jan 5 17:39:43 CET 2008
2008/1/5, Stefan Stuhr <xfce4devlist at sstuhr.dk>:
> Jasper Huijsmans wrote:
> > 2008/1/5, Jasper Huijsmans <jasper at xfce.org>:
> > > 2008/1/5, Stefan Stuhr <xfce4devlist at sstuhr.dk>:
> > > > xfce4-appfinder /etc/xdg/menus/applications.menu
> > >
> > > Hmm, it used to try some fallback locations, including this one. I'm
> > > not sure what changed... I'll have a look.
> > This works as expected for me. Maybe you set XDG_CONFIG_DIRS to
> > something not including /etc/xdg?
> $ echo $XDG_CONFIG_DIRS
Well, I don't know then. Jannis, any ideas?
> The old behavior was, in my opinion, better when using the mouse. The
> best way, IMHO, would be to use gtk_button_set_focus_on_click with FALSE
> on the radiobuttons.
I like that. Much better.
> > > > It would be nice with a command line option that make xfce4-appfinder
> > > > close when an application is executed. Like, I want to start an
> > > > application, so I click on the xfce4-appfinder panel launcher and
> > > > launches the application. Then I want to forget all about
> > > > xfce4-appfinder until the next time I want to launch an application.
> > >
> > > Yeah, I was in fact wondering if it should do that by default.
> > Done as well. Let's see what happens. If it's really annoying, I might
> > have to add an option.
> It might confuse some people if it closes by default without
> explanation. Also, another way to use the appfinder would be to have it
> open all the time, and then switch to it when one wants to launch an
Yeah, I don't think this will last long as default behaviour. I'll
keep it for now, until there are too many complaints or somebody
thinks of a better way.
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