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Re: [trinity-users] start menu items categories

From: Istvan Gabor <suseuser04@...>
Date: Sun, 26 Jun 2016 17:08:02 +0200 (CEST)
Thierry, Felix, Dave, Thank you.

Dave Lers <lists@...> �rta:
>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:

You can see that the list of applications fills the whole screen in settings and system menu. Other menus don't have submenus as in openSUSE menu structure.

>>> You can do it yourself: right click on TDE menu icon -> Configure

Thanks, I know how to edit menus but I want a default menu structure for every user set up.
Then they can adjust according to their liking.

>What TDE version? In 14.? I have a direct link to the Menu Editor when

The newest one, R14.0.3.

>So create subcategories/menus... Are you using classic or kickoff style?

I use classic style.