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On 2016-12-05 18:49, raahe...@gmail.com wrote:
> On Sunday, December 4, 2016 at 2:52:05 PM UTC-5, Eva Star wrote:
>> On 12/03/2016 07:20 PM, raahe...@gmail.com wrote:
>>> In KDE it was much easier to make shortcuts to launch specific apps right
>>> in the menu. XFCE unfortunately does not make this easy anymore. You
>>> actually have to edit a cfg file to do it, but its possible.
>> It's not true. It's easy to create shortcuts menu. Right click on
>> toolbar, then New Item> then Launcher. After it will be visible you can
>> change settings and add shortcuts with right click > properties
> I'm talking about the applications menu. what is the "toolbar" you are
> talking about? All I know of to edit the menu in xfce is to use alt f3. But
> that only lets you edit existing entries, not create new ones.
Eva is referring to what is called a "panel" in Xfce. By default, there is a
panel that horizontally spans the top of the screen. You can right-click on
this panel to add new "Items" to it, one of which is a "Launcher." The
"Launcher" can be used to start apps inside AppVMs with one or two clicks. I
find this very convenient, since I have a lot of VMs and there's no way (that
I've found) to create submenus in the main "Applications Menu."
Andrew David Wong (Axon)
Community Manager, Qubes OS
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