Should we create a linuxMint "drawer" on panel?

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Should we create a linuxMint "drawer" on panel?

Post by Frijolie » Sat Jan 20, 2007 1:16 pm

just a suggestion, with all the new releases of Mint branded apps, can we create a LinuxMint "drawer" (i think it's called) in the panel and then add all subsequent mint apps inside there? We have desktop, wifi, 3d, space, config, disk, menu, and I'm sure many more to come scattered throughout the panel menu(s). If we create a central location for all the mint applications I think it would make it easier to get to them a lot faster than trying to remember what menu they--the application that you're looking for--were placed in.

I dunno, just was thinking. What does everyone think, am I micromanaging here?

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Post by Frijolie » Sat Jan 20, 2007 4:57 pm

ok, maybe I didn't see it this way before. The new mintMenu is meant to replace the default Gnome "Applications, Places, System" menu right? I see..

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Post by clem » Wed Jan 24, 2007 7:41 pm

Hi

Yes. Sorry for the delay.. I meant to reply to your post earlier.

Clem

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