theghostvirus at gmail.com
Tue Jul 3 03:49:39 BST 2007
I'm new to the list, so be gentle ;-)
I have nothing against including this plugin, but it does seem sort of
redundant to have a menu with a list of shortcuts that already appear in
Thunar's sidebar. However, I can understand that it would be useful for
those that don't like using Thunar's sidebar for shortcuts (or using it at
all, for that matter).
On 7/2/07, Lionel Le Folgoc <mrpouit at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> At the previous meeting we spoke of xfce4-places-plugin, but iirc, we
> didn't come to a conclusion. I think many people may be interested in
> it, it could be a good candidate for main inclusion.
> xfce4-places-plugin is the equivalent to Gnome places menu (I am not
> sure of the name, I don't use Gnome ^_^). Gauvain packaged it some times
> ago, I just updated the package with a new upstream release.
> As the Gnome menu, it contains the following entries :
> - home folder
> - desktop
> - trash
> - file system
> - recent accessed files.
> Its look can be a bit customized (via right-click>properties, as other
> xfce4-panel plugins):
> - label only:
> - icon only:
> - icon+label:
> And it's of course already localized in many languages (mk, et, dz, uk,
> pa, zh_TW, gl, sq, el, fi, be, de, fr, hu, zh_CN, sv, it, nl, eo, pl,
> pt_BR, ru, lt, ca, en_GB, tr, eu, ro, he, cs, ar, ko, ka, ja and es to
> be precise :P)
> What do you think of shipping it by default in xubuntu? If yes, which
> appearance (label/icon/both)? Or is it too similar to Gnome?
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