Istvan Gabor wrote: > Thierry, Felix, Dave, Thank you. > > Dave Lers <lists@...> Ãrta: >>Felix Miata wrote: >>> Thierry de Coulon composed on 2016-06-25 15:23 (UTC+0200): >>> >>>> Istvan Gabor wrote: >>>>> openSUSE they are organized into submenus in 2 or 3 levels (eg >>>>> System/Archiving/*, System/Desktop/* etc). Unfortunately trinity >>>>> doesn't >>>>> have this leveling, most programs are put under one main menu >>>>> item. >> >>Default trinity menus are categorized/subcategorized 1 > 3 levels >> deep >>and no menu has more than 10 items. > > Not in my system which is a new TDE installation. I've made > comparison > slide with openSUSE and TDE kicker menus, you can look at it at: I'll rephrase, a TDE only x-windows system will have tiered menus with no more than 10 items each... I don't know if that is always the case, but adding TDE to a preexisting x-windows system can get messy. There was another discussion earlier this month on this and I suggested installing TDE on the text only version of a distro to get a clean TDE only menu. If having all those programs/menu items is important, I see the problem and have no answers.