mingle wrote:Last night I wanted to try and figure out why newly installed Wine/windows applications weren't showing up under the Wine menu on my Xfce start menu
mingle wrote:I open the file "/usr/share/xfcemint/xfce-applications.menu” and it doesn't seem to reflect what I'm actually seeing in my menu.
A few of the entries seem to make sense, but a lot of stuff I have on my current menu doesn't seem to be there at all.
Are the menu config files stores, or cached, somewhere else too?
glitchathon wrote:The weird part is that I do not think there ever were any of the following .desktop files in usr/share/applications folder:
Usually these files are supposed to be in that folder which would define the applications menu top level entries. But since they weren't there, it seems Menulibre may have just bypassed some other source of data that feeds the ~/.config}/menus/xfce-applications.menu file.
Run Program xfce-run.desktop
Terminal Emulator exo-terminal-emulator.desktop
File Manager exo-file-manager.desktop
Mail Reader exo-mail-reader.desktop
Web Browser exo-web-browser.desktop
Lock Screen mint-xfce4-lock.desktop
Log Out xfce-session-logout.desktop
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