GNOME Colors 48×48

My favourite icon theme is the GNOME Colors. I’ve been using it on CRUX 3.6.1 with Xfce 4.12 for over a month and I noticed some issues. Certain programs would not display some 48×48 sized icons. So, I tried to find a solution.
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Xfce multilevel menu

I want to organize my Xfce menus better. For example, I have a lot of entries in the “Education” category, to the point that the menu became scrollable in order to accommodate them all. What I want to do is group some of the menu entries into separate sub-menus that still reside under “Education”. I did not find clear instructions, so what I will describe is based on inspecting the sub-menus created by Wine, as well as trial and error.
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GTK2-only Xfce 4.12 desktop

I want to keep using a GTK2-based desktop environment on the upcoming Slackware 15.0 release. Long story short, I decided to stay with Xfce 4.12 and created my own repository of SlackBuild scripts that aim to build a GTK2-only desktop on -current. I have been running it for over a month on Slackware -current from 17 May 2021. Here’s my announcement in LQ. Of course, this comes with no warranty, so use at your own risk.
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TeamViewer won’t start

I had to use TeamViewer. It is available from SBo, so I installed it (version 15.14.5). I am using -current, but the SlackBuild just repackages the binary provided from upstream, anyway. I followed the post-install instructions but the program won’t start.
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Seahorse keyring

I did a fresh install of -current couple of months ago and looked for a way to manage passwords. I looked around and it seems that Seahorse is a good choice for Xfce. There’s Seahorse available on SBo, so I installed it. Things did not work as expected out-of-the-box… for example Chrome kept prompting me for passwords that was driving me nuts.
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