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Although I do not often use it, I like to have the LyX Document processor available. It can be easily installed from SBo and works very well. A little inconvenience is the absence of a menu entry.
From time to time I need to create or maintain a simple web-page. For the purpose I have used KompoZer, which is available at SBo, but as a 32bit application. Although it runs fine on a Slackware64 -multilib system, I … Continue reading →
In XFCE, whenever I needed to customize some menu entry, I would just go to /usr/share/applications/ and edit the corresponding .desktop file. This applies the changes globally and whenever the program is updated the modified .desktop file will be overwritten.
When using a desktop environment like XFCE, the only thing required to make QT4 programs look consistent with the rest of the desktop was this. QT4 applications like Clementine inherited the GTK+ theme settings and apparently XFCE took care of … Continue reading →
One of the many things I loved about GNOME 2 was the “foot” menu. Its bigger icons made it look somehow more user friendly and uncluttered. At least to me :) Since I switched to XFCE, I have been wondering … Continue reading →