I suppose it would be good if i add a new post here regarding this matter.
First to say,mintconstructor tool is easy as hell,but i think it have some minor bugs which driving people away from using it.
Also i wish if it would be faster iso generation,average time to make it is one hour,i suppose it need to be stronger computer to speed it up.Kind a annoying how if you want to make a small change you need to go with entire process again.
I managed to do following things:
1.Change keyboard layout on start by using batch script
2.Disable hot corner by using batch script(i also found how to disable it with command in console,so no long need to run gui part of it)
3.To add predefined settings to some programs by using batch script,and also installed some new programs
4.Also to add extension to firefox and adjust it way i wanted.To do that,i had to first run live cd,do adjustment,copy adjusted profile of ff to external place,then copy adjusted profile to /etc/skel of livecd.
5.Add dns-fix and dbus bug fix to batch script as well
6.Reduced iso image to 691 MB(goal is to reach 500 MB,but not sure is that possible without sacrificing too much)
Things to figure out:
-How to change mint user settings without batch script,this is needed for things like adding launchers,changing background and other things as well which currently i use batch script to do them.As mint user is not created yet on iso image i cannot find how to edit those things.Good thing i can always improvise by batch script but as i said that is improvisation.
One notice:You need to be careful what mint version you have installed on hard drive before doing reconstruction.So if you want to do live cd based on cinnamon 64 bit ,then same os need to be installed on hard drive.
Same go with system language installed,so for example if you installed france system language on harddrive,then on iso image it will be also France language.
This is a bit weird since iso image shouldn't be connected with host os,but it seems it is.And that is also bugged as then locales are not properly installed and it will throw warning every time when you type command in console.
To fix it you will need to get proper locales but better to stick with english version instead bothering with it.While having a correct keyboard layout is must have,system language it totally not needed,not to mention i cant properly navigate then as i dont understood my own language then lol.
I also played with firefox alternative midori and aurora,hoped to use them instead firefox as they have much less space occupied but it seems both those browser are still in development as they dont work smoothly as firefox.
I see now mint 15 is out,but questions is there any sense to use it as mint 14 works perfectly,plus mint 15 cinnamon version occupies more space,and there are no xfce version.
And i can update installed apps to new versions very easily by using mintconstructor.