@viking777 How did you generate your menu? There is no code that I wrote that would generate those entries in the menu...
You are quite right, there isn't, it is entirely my own invention. I needed to do this because I am not using the Fluxbox CE, but the fluxbox wm on top of various other DE's but using the Fluxbox CE generated .fluxbox and .mint-fm2 files. Not all your code therefore works with these other DE's. The sheer beauty of fluxbox is that it is so easy to manipulate to make it work with other environments. I have it running over Gnome, Xfce and Lxde on several different distros and they all work well with just a bit of tweaking, mainly to menus. Again the beauty of Fluxbox is that the menus are plain text files, not even xml and are therefore simple to manipulate. I must congratulate you on the original code even if I don't use the CE edition, it is immensely portable even to non debian environments (this is being posted on an rpm based distro but it is very successfully using the .fluxbox and .mint-fm2 files that came with the Fluxbox CE that I started out with when I first looked at Flux).
I am not entirely sure about this, but I believe you use the command 'ciao' to run the quit menu? Thing is that command doesn't exist outside of Flux CE (as far as I can tell) and that is why my quit menu wouldn't work and had to be rewritten. I could have added the 'ciao' executable (if there is one) to get it working but I doubt that would have worked on an rpm based system and anyway I prefer it the way I have it as it shuts down or reboots straight away without bothering me with another dialog box.
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