Another thing worth mentioning is that mintMenu is now using pixels to define the size of its icons. After upgrading mintMenu, you can do the following:
Right-click on mintMenu and select “Preferences”
Click on the “Applications” tab and change the icon size to 22
Click on the “Favorites” tab and change the icon size to 48
Click on the “Places” tab and change the icon size to 16
Click on the “System” tab and change the icon size to 16
tomast wrote:I wonder if Clem will ever make a "stable" version of Mint Debian ?
One can always hope
I don't care about the "latest and greatest" I just want stuff to work.
Buy the way Squeeze says it is using only 126 MB memory to run.
Sweet ! On this old machine it is blazing fast....
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