thank you for answering me Samuel, I read ( https://developer.gnome.org/integration-guide/stable/desktop-files.html.en) that "the users menus are automatically constructed from the list of registered applications."
In fact there are some directories: /etc/xdg/ /opt/ /usr/share/applications/ That are automatically controlled by Linux, and all files with suffix .desktop that are found there, they are interpreted as launchers to be displayed on the desktop. And this really happen.... Because this, I am led to believe that the same mechanism should be applied also to files with suffix xxx.menu (that group files. xxx.desktop in sub menus). So i am expecting that the file </etc/xdg/menus/applications-merged/kde-office.menu> that I build by the command <xdg-desktop-menu instal>l realizes the design of menu I want :-) :-) Angelo On Sun, Aug 6, 2017 at 5:05 AM, Samuel Sieb <sam...@sieb.net> wrote: > On 08/01/2017 10:51 PM, Angelo Moreschini wrote: > >> In the past I tried also with gnome-tweak-tool, but (as well I had some >> success then) actually it Is not clear for me how they work >> >> I hoped to find something a little more simple using the commands line >> xdg-desktop-xxx. >> >> Do you know in what way gnome-tweak-tool have a connection with the >> commands line xdg-desktop-xxx ?? >> > > As Ed asked, what are you expecting to happen? By default, Gnome doesn't > even have an applications menu, so what are you trying to accomplish? > > _______________________________________________ > users mailing list -- firstname.lastname@example.org > To unsubscribe send an email to users-le...@lists.fedoraproject.org >
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