Bug#11861: marked as done (fvwm2: unwieldy menu customisation)
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Date: Mon, 4 Aug 1997 13:04:46 +0200 (MET DST)
From: Mikolaj Konarski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: fvwm2: unwieldy menu customisation
the "example" is actually not uncommented.
In the result I always get the xterm entry at the top,
which I don't like, and the line below,
which cuts the main menu in half.
To fix this I had to add to my ~/.fvwm2/post.hook:
# Read system and user menu prefixes
+ "Main Menu" Title
+ "&Apps" PopUp /Debian/Apps
+ "&Games" PopUp /Debian/Games
+ "&Modules" PopUp /Debian/Modules
+ "&Screen" PopUp /Debian/Screen
+ "S&ystem" PopUp /Debian/System
+ "&WindowManagers" PopUp /Debian/WindowManagers
+ "&XShells" PopUp /Debian/XShells
# Add in user additions
# Tack a quit entry on to the end
+ "" Nop
+ "Exit Fvwm" Popup Quit-Verify
which is alright for now, but will fail
as soon as new sections are added to the "/Debian" menu.
The way out seems to be to add Destroy ...
before each new menu declaration in menudefs.hook.
-- System Information
Debian Release: 1.3
Kernel Version: Linux bratek 2.0.30 #1 Mon May 19 03:35:54 CEST 1997 i486 unknow
Versions of the packages fvwm2 depends on:
libc5 Version: 5.4.33-5
xlib6 Version: 3.3-3
xpm4.7 Version: 3.4g-9