On 12/16/2016 05:14 AM, Andrew David Wong wrote: > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA512 > > On 2016-12-16 04:00, cubit wrote: >> 21. Oct 2016 16:14 by cu...@tutanota.com: >>> I tried menulibre and it did not go so well, moving the "Qubes VM >>> Manager" shortcut in the app menu from the middle of off the >>> templates and appvm's to the top along side "run program" and >>> "terminal emulator" had the very bad side effect of deleting all >>> the shortcuts under "system tools". >>> >>> >>> Has anyone played around and found a way to --safely-- organize >>> the application menu? >>> >> Looping back to this has anyone had any success in managing the >> xfce menu expecially grouping the templates? >> > No, but a good alternative is to use Xfce4 "Launchers," which can be > added to any panel from the right-click menu. > > - -- > Andrew David Wong (Axon) > Community Manager, Qubes OS > https://www.qubes-os.org > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > > iQIcBAEBCgAGBQJYU9qVAAoJENtN07w5UDAwWyUP/1jOU8byjH+45KtLnaTK2jYk > 63aZ7P5uLLUEAoDmNRzPziQQbMgCzOTWQPcQOLGRK0trMj4oafCAzHoZf4JCpiCa > aj6M9tqArV9xioXwTMdR4xikp8VtENI7YFhfhflPpxQuBMRlt16O7zCdpQJuMlI0 > jjDYHd1lQBc86tGcBBBkyKn6HTPr9qAYJN0kK9Bc1B1EzHM+Io0uBy8pdDAVUKeV > 8VV42GMDjGYoDO1WRJJHshTyrsVwgC9dGYRglTDRTZk2TIXQNEqAr/1AqGkCEZ7I > r8SKMj6FH/I8K8vqZtE6JAK4yiNCof1YgRBVvyOcUhzfjxsQzgzH5AB9isjWW9EJ > KhVEYyaOINRXc09wJDgzSz5o1lisREjZQHR8HlL4G2YwbMCuOkCxSr5YK9yq5lfu > DQMqdkR6EXHenoBH6AOdWty9Q+1CMkOWK5cFosmPcKDKA5EMV/kvXURD2fOl+Iz7 > F+R1JmEMVJ2+sDxtEWK6xaqApVodePG1FwJj2qwA6myMdzgNTKy7GssJZXH64V0K > HLvKv43siTLh+mgf9pdARUyu8pjVyOPZ4/FB9nsy3BjGElC1ljblMi56HG9HMKlh > Dn51WdQ5WpSbLZmXfL5u65nBTQ+U93X9VKk1Qrq6ofoa2Mn34a5wib8AJBpRqRLL > w1qmypkpMiqW8PahQSHH > =mUiS > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- > I use launchers as well, and you can also set up new panels (like say at the bottom of the screen or on a second screen that auto-hides) if there's not enough space.
Another option is to install Whisker Menu ( https://gottcode.org/xfce4-whiskermenu-plugin/ ) which gives you an application menu that you can search (which can come in handy). I have that one installed to the far right of my panel so my set up is to have a bunch of most-used application launchers sorted by color to the left of the panel next to the standard application menu, and then the Whisker Menu launcher to the far right next to the logout button for the times when I need to launch something whose name I know but don't want to dig through the main application menu to find it (there are many Nautilus launchers, lol). Best of both worlds and keeps my panel clean. To install in dom0: sudo qubes-dom0-update xfce4-whiskermenu-plugin It's just the one plugin, no other dependencies. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to qubes-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To post to this group, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/qubes-users/o312mf%24tgp%241%40blaine.gmane.org. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.