belovedmonster wrote:Whatever the fix is, I think it should be included in Mint 6 by default. Stuff like this can really make the difference for Windows switchers and its not like it will get in the way of old school Linux users either.
mikemaccana wrote:The instructions above do not activate the Mint menu in the panel.
Instead, they only make a second Gnome menu appear where the cursor is (ie, the middle of the screen) when you click the Windows key.
The MintMenu is not activated at all.
Is there a working fix for this?
cerebellum wrote:I am using the final release of Linux Mint 7 and I can't seem to launch the menu using the windows key.. anything that I should set?
buddhaflow wrote:The question I have is this. Why can't I bind combinations that involve the Super key? I am migrating over from CrunchBang (well, using both of them), and my favorite feature of that is being able to bind Super+W to firefox, Super+F to the home folder, etc. I just find it much more clunky to use ctrl+shift+w. Is there any workaround for this?
clem wrote:...You can change this by going in the Preferences for mintMenu. Make sure to restart mintMenu after that (either remove/add it to the panel again, or logout).
Uncle Spellbinder wrote:...where exactly can I find Preferences for mintMenu?
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