setttings in xfce 4.6
Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Thu Jan 10 20:07:24 CET 2008
Nick Schermer wrote:
> My standalone application description was not very good, i meant: make
> the xfce-mcs-plugins standalone applications, so they don't need
> mcs-channel and mcs-manager-register (only for the display, mouse,
> keyboard and ui).
Right, that's exactly what I was talking about.
> That probably leads to something like this:
> - Standalone xsettings daemon that communicates with xfconf, like you said.
> - Make the current mcs-plugins standalone and make them use xfconf.
Yep, except that the settings app can be built into the app itself, and
just get triggered to pop up through some means. It really doesn't matter.
> - An xfce-settings-show that shows all .desktop files that are in the
> settings category. Maybe a xfce4-appfinder --settings-only kinda mode.
Yeah something like that...
> Benny already posted something like that for zenwalk iirc.
Really? Know where the code is?
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