[xubuntu-users] Switching from Xubuntu

Lee Gold leegold at operamail.com
Mon Sep 19 16:33:41 UTC 2016

Thunar of course is the app were it'd be nice to hide the delete.
"Delete" could potentially be confusing to folks coming from MS OSs were
"delete" means to put it in Trash bin, which is recoverable. Also, since
around 12.04 they turned of the authentication request when you access a
dual boot ntfs partition. Then there's the new scroll bar fanciness that
get's in my way bigtime. It's all good as long as you have an easy way
to turn these new features off.  It happens a lot, it's similar to when
they changed the Firefox interface to look more like Chrome. I don't
like the look and feel of Chrome but there's a FF addon that reverts it
to the classic interface thankfully. Of course Xfce is brilliant...just

On Mon, Sep 19, 2016, at 07:22 AM, Roger wrote:
> Which application were you using? You might be able to turn-off the
> delete option.
> Yes, I saw your later post about having found the "deleted" item - good.
> On September 18, 2016 10:13:52 PM EDT, Lee Gold <leegold at operamail.com>
> wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >As the title indicates. There's just too many things happening to Xfce
> >that I don't like. One being the delete option in the drop down menu.
> >Who decided to make that appear by default? I just deleted valuable
> >information. It's too tricky for me. 
> >
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