Bring back the "System Tools" menu?
( ``-_-´´ ) -- Fernando
ubuntu at bugabundo.net
Mon Nov 19 20:47:42 GMT 2007
On Monday 19 November 2007 16:54:26 Sebastien Bacher wrote:
> Le jeudi 27 septembre 2007 à 23:14 -0300, Evandro Fernandes Giovanini a
> écrit :
> > Hi everyone,
> > "System Tools" is a standard category of the XDG spec that is not used
> > in a default Ubuntu desktop. Applications that usually go in that
> > category have been moved to other places, such as "Accessories" or
> > "Administration", or simply hidden by default.
> > Looking at Gutsy, I think the Accessories menu is too crowded with
> > applications that don't belong there (Bluetooth Analyzer, Disk Usage
> > Analyzer, Terminal). Another problem with Ubuntu ignoring the XDG spec
> > is that third party applications might install an entry in that
> > category, so the user will end up with the extra category anyway.
> > I'd like to suggest that Ubuntu reconsiders this change and reverts back
> > to upstream behaviour.
> That's something which has been discussed already and there is no easy
> way to make the menus easier to browse. Using the System Tools is one
> option, what people subscribed to the list thing about this change?
> Sebastien Bacher
I rather like to have a few menus, that I can scroll up and down. I dont like to have many nested sub-menus
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