Aging Technogeek wrote:1. No native screenshot app. I ended up installing Gnomeutils to get the Gnome screenshooter. It works but it would be nice to have a screenshooter installed by default.
Aging Technogeek wrote:2. I can't seem to get headphone sound to work. Tried both bluetooth and plug in headsets - neither works. Right clicking on the speaker icon gets a menu with a sound preferences entry, but it is darkened and unresponsive. There is no main menu entry for sound or audio settings or preferences that I can find. I'm pretty much stopped for the moment.
Aging Technogeek wrote:Found Gnome Alsa Mixer. Wired headphones work OK but Bluetooth is still NG. Could be because I'm using a USB micro-dongle for Bluetooth instead of a built-in card but the same dongle works fine in the Main Edition and in 64 bit on the same computer.
The Bluetooth Manager accepts and pairs with the headset, and says it is connected but no sound.
Try dragging the firefox .desktop file to your desktop folder. Or do something like this in a terminal
cp /usr/share/applications/firefox.desktop ~/desktop
chipps61 wrote:Here's a very first impression. I just installed LXDE RC1, and I'm positive I told the installation process to automatically log in as opposed to require name / password... but I was prompted for name/password after rebooting when the installation was finished. Actually took me a couple of minutes to figure out how to get past the name/password prompts... (must hit ENTER instead of tab, and the mouse doesn't work on that screen).
schalken wrote:I myself don't need or want an icon on the desktop. I was testing out some features to see how easily and quickly a friend could configure Mint LXDE for her mother's rig. That's why, even though there's a workaround (thanks again for the suggestion!), I think this is a good bug to look at.
nobodyin wrote:I have conky set up in ~/.config/autostart to start up after boot. Information appears and stays on the desktop until I click anywhere on it. The information then disappears from the desktop for the rest of the session. I don't know if this is LXDE in particular or Mint in general.
uke-eda wrote:I put a synaptic launcher onto the second panel, but could not launch synaptic with it.
uke-eda wrote:Just to see if it works I installed compiz. All in all it works but Desktop Pager only shows one desktop although I have chosen to have four in Openbox Configuration Manager. And in fact there are only two there (which can be switched by CTRL+ALT+→).
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