Installing smeg as the default menu editor?
dggonz at gmail.com
Fri Jul 15 08:04:54 CDT 2005
On 7/15/05, Sebastien Bacher <seb128 at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> GNOME 2.11 ships a simple menu editor with gnome-menus:
> "gmenu-simple-editor". Basically what it does is allowing users to
> mask/unmask menu entries. Most of the users are probably expecting other
> actions from a menu editor, creating a new entry for the softwares which
> don't ship a menu entry by example. At the moment we have
> "smeg" (universe) which is pygtk menu editor using pyxdg. It already has
> an userbase (usually that's the way pointed by users to people asking
> how to edit menus), allows to create menu entries/rename entries/change
> the icons and has a quite simple UI.
> We should probably ship smeg with the desktop.
There is another menu editor in the GNOME CVS that might be more
complete than the one shiped with libgnome-menu. The module is
gnome-menu-editor, the maintainer is Christian Neumair.
> Any opinion on this?
> Sebastien Bacher
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