<snip> > Please make sure these ports are installed: > > x11-themes/gtk-xfce-engine
installed as: gtk-xfce-engine-2.6.0 An XFCE engine for GTK 2.0 > x11-themes/icons-tango-extras installed as: icons-tango-extras-0.1.0_1 A extra set of icons from the Tango project <snip> > I am afraid I can do both in my install from the XFCE menu. (Settings > => Display and Settings => Appearance) > I don't know why you are not getting the menus. I would guess that, as per the instructions provided, these are available from the menu. ust can't get the menu working... > Could you try creating a new user account and see if it works? It could > be something wrong in your dot files. New user gets a completely different interface. XFCE and components don't seem to launch, nor do they seem to be available. Not only is there no menu, there's no panel from which to launch the menu, and the panel won't start from the command line. > I've got another system with XFCE that I will be upgrading tonight - > I'll let you know if it works out differently. Let me know. It would be nice to have a usable computer again. It's rather frustrating that any time there is an update for something X-related, it seems that if you're going to make the upgrade, you need to be ready to have your computer unusable for 3-10 days... Keith _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"