Alaric wrote:Hi Kendall,
Very much looking forward to the next version of Mint Fluxbox, it's been a pleasure using it these past 6 months.
I commented out the mint-fm2 lines in ~/.fluxbox/startup and put in fm3-notify. I then installed the fm3 .deb and installed bluefish.
The bluefish entry showed up, as expected, in the Programming part of the menu, but I lost the Web browser entry, among others, as well as all the icons.
I just did mint-fm2 generate and it updated all the menu entries and brought back the icons, as usual.
I'm just wondering if there is a generate command for fm3-notify? I tried, but no go.
Again, really glad things are picking up for LM Fluxbox and Happy 4th of July.
P.S. Careful w/ those fireworks--we need your fingers fully functional for coding
Blazing Teens wrote:Hi Kendall,When will you release next Linux mint Fluxbox?
leodelacruz wrote:Was looking at the files in the directory ~ /.fm3
I saw that in the ~ /.fluxbox is a file called menu.backup I did not do did running.
I wonder what changes I should note in addition to the menu without icons, I have the theme but not the settings. I did a backup just before install the package deb
leodelacruz wrote:using is all I can do. I wish I could do more
just do not see the use of icons as important and functional xD
deb http://packages.kendalltristan.com/ unstable main
ju1ius wrote:I just finished a rewrite of the mint fluxbox menu system, so I thought it would be nice to share it !
ju1ius wrote:I'm also rewriting the logout app.
Works fine but still undocumented...
jeffreyC wrote:@ju1ius I tried to download the new version but all I get is a strange XML page with access denied
Kendall wrote:If the top level menu stays editable, how do you compensate for translations if for instance a user switches the default language?
cp /etc/xdg/menus/fxm-applications.menu ~/.config/menus/
Kendall wrote:Does the daemon use inotify by default or is it using a watch or cron job or something?
xazax wrote:ju1ius's work looks very promising for me. I like the idea of a native daemon and the dpkg trigger mode.
xazax wrote:This is a good reason why it should not be the default, but i still feel that, if a distro aims to be lightweight, every opportunity to remove a daemon is welcome. And if somebody experienced enough, can manually update the menu, or assign the menu update method to a key.
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