RE: Start menus

DSullinger@dot.state.az.us
Mon, 14 Jul 2003 14:53:55 -0700


> Normal way is to copy entire start menu tree from
/usr/local/share/afterstep

Done... Well, I copied what I wanted.

> Again, modify ~/GNUstep/Library/AfterStep/start/Desktop/Feels/.include

That file is not in this directory, even when I do a ls -la, but the
double-menu entries issue is fixed.  I have no idea how it happened, but
it's fine now.



-----Original Message-----
From: Sasha Vasko [mailto:sasha@aftercode.net] 
Sent: Friday, July 11, 2003 6:52 AM
To: as-users@afterstep.org
Subject: Re: Start menus


DSullinger@dot.state.az.us wrote:

> Now I've actually started working on my own customized theme.  I've 
> got my own GNUstep directory under my Home.  The problem is, as I add 
> any menu items under start, all the global start items from 
> /usr/local/share/afterstep/start are gone.  I have to copy all those 
> items I

Normal way is to copy entire start menu tree from /usr/local/share/afterstep

Alternatively you could also add or modify .include file in your home's 
start menu to include other menu without copying it. Add the following 
line to it :

include "/usr/local/share/afterstep/start"

> want to show up over to my home.  Then when I placed the "feels" 
> directory to my home, I got double menu items showing up.

Again, modify ~/GNUstep/Library/AfterStep/start/Desktop/Feels/.include 
file and comment out the line that says :

include "/usr/local/share/afterstep/feels" ChangeFeel

More sensible way thou is to keep only your modified feel files in your 
home directory.

Same goes for Looks and Backgrounds as well.


> 
> Ideas?
> 
> Thanks

Sasha


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