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tips [2019/03/27 22:45]
blueberrybrownie [How to use the alternative GNOME-menu] removed as not compatible with recent versions of Xfce
tips [2019/07/25 09:15]
kevinbowen [Gtkrc files] fixed broken links
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   * A tutorial about the Gtkrc format can be found [[http://​live.gnome.org/​Attic/​GnomeArt/​Tutorials/​GtkThemes|here]]. ​   * A tutorial about the Gtkrc format can be found [[http://​live.gnome.org/​Attic/​GnomeArt/​Tutorials/​GtkThemes|here]]. ​
  
-  * Xfce has also a couple of custom gtkrc settings for some of the applications:​ [[http://svn.xfce.org/svn/​xfce/​xfdesktop/​branches/​xfce_4_4/​README|xfdesktop]] and [[http://thunar.xfce.org/pwiki/documentation/advanced_settings|Thunar]] (see also [[http://thunar.xfce.org/pwiki/documentation/faq#​how_do_i_assign_different_keyboard_shortcuts|editable shortcuts]]).+  * Xfce has also a couple of custom gtkrc settings for some of the applications:​ [[https://git.xfce.org/​xfce/​xfdesktop/​tree/README?​h=xfce-4.12|xfdesktop]] and [[https://docs.xfce.org/xfce/thunar/hidden-settings]] (see also [[https://docs.xfce.org/xfce/xfce4-settings/keyboard|editable shortcuts]]).
  
   * You can not define a custom background for Thunar icon/ list views due to a [[http://​bugzilla.gnome.org/​show_bug.cgi?​id=71926|bug in Gtk+]] itself.   * You can not define a custom background for Thunar icon/ list views due to a [[http://​bugzilla.gnome.org/​show_bug.cgi?​id=71926|bug in Gtk+]] itself.
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 You can read more about .desktop files [[http://​standards.freedesktop.org/​desktop-entry-spec/​latest/​|here]]. You can read more about .desktop files [[http://​standards.freedesktop.org/​desktop-entry-spec/​latest/​|here]].
  
-The libexo provides several utils amongst one to handle desktop entry files in a GUI fashion: **exo-desktop-item-edit**. ​ With it you can create a new .desktop file, by running the command ''<​nowiki>​exo-desktop-item-edit --create-new</​nowiki>'' ​;-)+The libexo provides several utils amongst one to handle desktop entry files in a GUI fashion: **exo-desktop-item-edit**. ​ With it you can create a new .desktop file, by running the command ''<​nowiki>​exo-desktop-item-edit --create-new</​nowiki>''​
  
 === Remove an application from the menu === === Remove an application from the menu ===