A list of external resources for Xfce users:
Note: I based this entirely on corenominal's Openbox resources threads. And as an Openbox user, Im not all to familiar with Xfce. Any resources you can think of would be greatly appreciated.
A list of external resources for Openbox users
Shouldn't that be for Xfce users??
Buried down in the Xfce web site is this http://www.xfce.org/download/distros#top which I'll add for two reasons. 1. I really don't know how far down someone will drill into a new web site to find information and sometimes having someone else post it is way easier than searching and 2. this will give you something else to look at, something else with which to compare Statler. And I'd guess that we all like to look at something new every now and then.
Thanks for the links
Hello Anoymous should not say XFCE ?
Note: I based this entirely on corenominal's --> Openbox resources threads. And as an --> Openbox user, Im not all to familiar with Xfce. Any resources you can think of would be greatly appreciated.
No. Corenominal created an "Openbox Resources" thread:
So I was simply saying that I used that as a basis for making this thread.
Just found a menu editor (lxde menu editor but runs quite perfectly for xfce) :
"99%" of menu can be configured with this GUI soft. The other parts still manual.
Children of RMS, be careful, it is a .jar app, so you have to install Java in order to run it.
Why not "alacarte"? Because it brings a lot of gnome dependencies.