Arron wrote:merlwiz79 wrote:If you like email and calendar in one try looking at Spicebird. http://linuxmint.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=10369
I kept it in the last one since there was space for it and because I like that I can sync with google calendars.
I believe I have everything installed(no pulse audio, it's not in xubuntu and doesn't seem to work when installed) and it 682.4MBs
I am not sure if Evolution takes up more space or not.(i try to keep this close to the main.)
I have compiz fusion installed but not enabled, you use mintDesktop to enable it.(fusion-icon can do this as well)
Is there an ISO / Beta that we can check out? Im drooling waiting, or are you waiting for a solid release of Mint before any Beta XFCE's?
belovedmonster wrote:Please include the stock Xubuntu theme on the disc! While I may end up using whatever default you ship, by far my favourite theme on any distro is the default Xubuntu one!
belovedmonster wrote:Another request...
My memory is a little sketchy now, but I think I had to install the video thumbnail thing for Thunar manually with the previous version of XFCE Mint. I certainly had to do it with Xubuntu. Since Mint has all the codecs out of the box it would be nice if it also came with the video thumbnailer out of the box as well.
If its in there anyways then my apologies. I cant remember now if I had to install it manually or not but I'm pretty sure I did.
twin wrote:Guys it's really been a while...is the project stalled for some reason? Can we help?
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