On 12/01/2016 03:55 PM, Peter Flynn wrote:
Thanks to both Peter and Ralf. After looking at these files / directories, it
appears to me that the panel settings are in
On 12/01/2016 04:55 PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
On Thu, 1 Dec 2016 11:42:58 -0500, Rog wrote:
Where / what config file are Panel settings stored in?
after taking a brief look into $HOME/.config I suspect in
That's very useful, thanks.
Each entry refers to a .desktop file by number, without showing the
name, which is less than useful if you're trying to reconstruct it.
You'd need to have all the .desktop files in order to know exactly what
applications are being put into the menu.
I extracted mine with:
$ locate `lxprintf -e value "%s\n" @value
read f;do grep '^Name=' $f;done
Name=GNU Emacs 24
Name=Synaptic Package Manager
Name=New Incognito Window
Name=Compose New Message
Name=GIMP Image Editor
Name=GDebi Package Installer
Hmm. Keeping config stuff all over the place is a bit messy.
I will keep these tips and use them during my next install. I suspect that I
can excerpt part of the sections
<property name="plugin-ids" type="array">
And copy them into my new
Thanks for the divine insight.
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