xfce4-taskmanager was dropped at one point then put back into the repo a few months later after the release.
Ristretto wasn't very light and has been replaced in Intrepid with gpicview, the same I used in Linux Mint XFCE CE.
Xfburn has always given me trouble when burning an iso and decided to use Brasero, which is now what Xubuntu uses now.
GNOME's notification-daemon might be a dependency for another app.
Will have to look into it.
I think this must be compiled into the app since I could never find away of changing the default setting.
Thunar is a dependency of xfce and is used for the desktop.
Nautilus isn't even set up to run the desktop so how is this a far comparison.
ossified65 wrote:Are they going to release the new version of Xfce in time for you to include it? the improvements sound nice
Xubuntu intrepid is using 4.2, so will Linux Mint 6 XFCE CE.
Using this in your sources.list for Linux Mint 6 XFCE CE you could install 4.6:
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deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/xubuntu-dev/ubuntu intrepid main
But it's still beta and would be unstable.
an other idea:
including those screenshot app -> GScrot
Nice app I like it, but it requires many dependencies and wouldn't fit on the live cd.
I was looking into making a theme installer, but don't have the time or knowledge to make a good one.
I am currently stuck trying to get grub-gfxboot work with Wubi.
I had a version that worked with a custom build of Linux Mint 5 XFCE CE, but with the upgrades in intrepid it doesn't anymore.