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#1 2011-05-12 06:27:20

furry
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From: Chrząszczyżewoszyce-Łękołody
Registered: 2011-02-10
Posts: 14

tint2+menubutton

Now I have almost set up the system. To be completely happy I only need one thing. Some have already browsed the web, but have not found a definite answer. The reason I ask here. Is there any way to hook up "xdgmenu"on the tint2? Adding a menu button? Shortcut? Icons? Any way?
I hope you understand what I mean:)
Cheers

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#2 2011-05-12 12:43:42

pablokal
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Re: tint2+menubutton

Try adeskmenu:info:  http://crunchbanglinux.org/forums/topic … r-systray/
download : http://www.cstrois-lacs.qc.ca/chenebleu … k-menu.zip
and install instructions:
after download extract and put it as root in /usr/bin/
make it executable: sudo chmod a+x /usr/bin/adesk-menu
Edit with leafpad  /home/user/.config/openbox/autostart.sh
add this line: adesk-menu &
Restart openbox or reboot and it will show up on the right in your task bar.
Screenshot adeskmenu
In this scenario you also have to put the two png files in the same folder (usr/bin); if you don't like that, you can put it in  a folder adesk-menu with the two images in it in usr/share and make a symbolic link to usr/bin: ln -s /usr/share/adesk-menu/adesk-menu /usr/bin/adesk-menu

I used it in tint before using adeskbar, that is the finest, unobtrusive dock and menu you can think of.
http://www6.frugalware.org/mirrors/linu … /adeskbar/

If you have problems starting adesk-menu or adeskbar:
Simply edit the first line of /usr/bin/adeskbar  or adesk-menu file with text-editor
#!/usr/bin/python
to
#!/usr/bin/python2


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#3 2011-05-13 03:25:57

furry
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From: Chrząszczyżewoszyce-Łękołody
Registered: 2011-02-10
Posts: 14

Re: tint2+menubutton

pablokal wrote:

after download extract and put it as root in /usr/bin/
make it executable: sudo chmod a+x /usr/bin/adesk-menu
Edit with leafpad  /home/user/.config/openbox/autostart.sh
add this line: adesk-menu &
Restart openbox or reboot and it will show up on the right in your task bar.

not working:|

pablokal wrote:

If you have problems starting adesk-menu or adeskbar:
Simply edit the first line of /usr/bin/adeskbar  or adesk-menu file with text-editor
#!/usr/bin/python
to
#!/usr/bin/python2

Still does not work. I'll try it a few times over. Probably not something I'm doing well. Thank you for your help.:)

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