Embedded reply My Inbox Happily Received This From Haydar Net @ Sat, 07 Sep 2002 15:08:32 -0400 > I like this message, what is your e-mail client ;) sylpheed claws 0.82 No vulnerabilities i hope ;) > >I think it'd be better to separate the desk top "~/hwm-desktop" for example > >I think it shouldn't be hidden too > > > Gnome desktop is also hidden "~/.gnome-desktop" but i prefer that hwm > personal files be kept in one directory "~/.hwm" Guess what you are right! it's ok to keep all the files in ~/.hwm but what about the user that wants to access his desktop from the command line ? Can you create a symlink from ~/.hwm-desktop to ~/.hwm/desktop ? Or what does xfce do for example ? > >don't know, but i think it's better to separate them too "look at xfce, windowmaker, enlightnement,..." > >they all separate them i think > >but why use those of KDE and not GNOME ? ;) > > > > > > > What i have already done "In my personal computer" is linking to > "/usr/share/applnk" with the name "KDE Menus" and "/etc/X11/applnk" with > the Name "Gnome Menus" because most of the RPM's installs the menu files > to these tow directories. What about the "/usr/share/applications" ? I installed the menu launcher for katoob there and it appears in gnome2 menu. I think it's a part of it. and it contains most of the applications in MY menu "mandrake 8.2" You can install in both or in one and make a symlink. > Jens Askengren Wrote: > The best might be: if ~/Desktop or ~/.gnome-desktop exists, popup a > dialog informing the user that gnome/kde is detected, and offer to use > the detected desktops settings. That'd be better i think -- ---------------- -- Katoob Main Developer "http://www.arabeyes.org/project.php?proj=Katoob" Linux registered user # 224950 ICQ # 58475622 With Great Power, Comes Great Responsibilities.
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