sudo apt-get install xfce4-xfapplet-plugin
rekik wrote:Hi mintnoob
Do you use Mint XFCE CE or xfce installed on top of Mint Main ?
rekik wrote:1-Login and 6-start-up apps : you can configure both in XFCE MintConfig (above terminal in Menu)
4. To add a synaptic launcher to panel : right-click on panel, add an item, double click on launcher (on top) an and add this command gksudo synaptic (and choose a name and an icon for the launcher)
5. Volume : there is a panel applet for that
mintnoob wrote:2. Clock; it doesn't seem to save changes after reboot.
mintnoob wrote:1. Login; is there a way to set your username to automatically show up in the login box?
3. Drag-n-dropping files into Thunar; is there a way to disable the copy mode? I know you can do it manually each time by pressing the shift key while dragging the file.
5. Volume; is there a display when you increase/decrease your volume?
7. Menu add; can you add your favorite apps near the top of the Menu (between Run Program and Settings)?
vrkalak wrote:Open the Synaptic Manager > type 'Xfce' in the searchbar > install the Xfce4 Meta Package. Then re-boot your computer.
At the Log-in screen, at the bottom > under the 'Sessions' tab > select 'Xfce' .. Enter.
This will not change anything in your Gnome desktop, and all files/documents and bookmarks will show up in Xfce.
mintnoob wrote:7. Menu add; can you add your favorite apps near the top of the Menu (between Run Program and Settings)?
That is essentially correct. No easy menu editor in 4.6 that I have found.
They say one is coming in Xrfce4.8 so we can wait and hope.
There is a way to change the menu but it is a bit of a challenge.
Here is some help? or a least a bit of guidance until then:
more info here:
mintnoob wrote:Any tips you can offer to perhaps speed things up on Xfce, or recommend to install that might benefit x-GNOME users, or that are "must haves" for Xfce?
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