On Tue, Mar 12, 2002 at 09:23:24PM -0800, Craig wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 12, 2002 at 09:25:52PM -0600, Kevin C. Smith wrote:
> > Anyone running XFce and Unstable.
> > Recent upgrade of XFce has removed the Debian menu (xfmenu).
> > Anyone know how to get this back?
> maybe "update-menus"
> try man update-menus
> I have a file /etc/menu-methods/xfce and here are a couple of
> its lines:
> genmenu= "debian.menu"
> mainmenutitle="Debian Menu"
> you might want to check if that's intact.
This is not the issue. The "debian.menu" gets generated, however there is
no longer a way to pull it into the xfce menu; Setup no longer has the
debian menu option. And, I do not know how the xfmenu module in xfce
works in order to hack something myself.
Just cutting and pasting the resulting ~/.xfce/debian.menu into
~/.xfce/xfwmrc does not work.
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