On 08/06/2017 05:08 AM, Angelo Moreschini wrote:
Hi Samuel,

I have difficulty understanding ,,, So I tried to interpret carefully your words : "In linux you can manage the view of the desktop in two different ways: classic or by tweak tools"

   I assigned this meaning to them:

_You can manage your “desktop view” using commands from the terminal or using the graphic environment that comes with tweak tools._

Sorry, I'll try again.

There is a package you can install called "gnome-classic-session" which gives you a desktop you can choose from the login menu that is called "Gnome Classic". This desktop looks similar to the Gnome 2 style with a task bar at the bottom and an Applications menu at the top left.

The other way to get that Applications menu is to run the program called "gnome-tweak-tool", you'll have to install it. In the extensions section of that program, there is an extension to show the Applications menu if you turn it on.

Then you still say :

“If that menu doesn't have the entries that you expect, then there might be an issue.”

This second phrase is not really clear for me ...

_could you better explain what you mean by the “term” menu ? _

If you have followed one of the methods I described above, then at the top-left of the screen, there will be the word "Applications" (or corresponding translation in your language). If you click on that, a list of program categories will be shown (a menu).

Are you talking about the menu that I am trying to realize by using the command <xdg-desktop-menu instal> ?? But this (menu) doesn't exists yet ….

Probably, although that's a guess, because you still have explained where you are expecting to see this menu you are trying to create.

and also more important too :*_what you mean with the word “entries”_*

I mean the menu and items that you are trying to create with xdg-desktop-menu.
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