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sudo apt-get install mate-power-manager
It's missing. well, hope it's packed soon.
perberos wrote:Hello everyone.
I've made a GNOME2 fork. I've called it "Mate".
My english is not so good. And so, maybe I can not give support in English.
Correct me if I'm wrong. Any suggestion is welcome.
...sorry about short description.
MATE Desktop Environment, a non-intuitive and unattractive desktop for users, using traditional computing desktop metaphor. Also known as the GNOME2 fork.
Homepage : http://matsusoft.com.ar/projects/mate/
Mailing Lists: https://sourceforge.net/p/matede/mailing-lists/
Feedback: perberos at gmail dotta com omg ugly spam bot
IRC: freenode.net at #mate channel
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perberos wrote:I fixed the theme engine issue on theme preferences.
Now I wanted to remove the resize grip on theme thumbnails.
GeneC wrote:Hi perberos
Thanks for all the good work on MATE.
I just installed it to my LMDE-64bit Gnome 3.2 (tracking SID/Experimental) installation.
I have started a thread on install MATE on LMDE in the LMDE section
Everything is running pretty well, so far.
My main bugs have been:
1. Trying to open nautilus (files, folders, et) actually opens my web browser (Chrome)
In other words when I try to open something it 'OPENS WITH' browser, rather than nautilus?
2. Doesn't seem to matter what Items in 'startup apps' are selected/unselcted. Mate seems to have settings of it own?
For instance, compiz and emerald both load on start-up with Mate, though they are unselected in 'statup aps".
3. Editing menu's with "alacate" also doesn't seem to work. I have assume MATE has its own menu editor?
All in all very impressed.
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