hanni.ali at gmail.com
Sat May 27 14:57:11 EDT 2006
never been a fan of desktop shortcuts personally i feel it looks cluttered
and messy if there are no windows open and if there are then the icons are
hidden and useless anyway.
On 27/05/06, mike obrien <greypins at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> i would never give up the right click menu for icons. obmenu is one
> of my favorite tools as it is so easy to use. speed, right-click menu
> and scrollable desktops are my three favorite things about openbox.
> the desire for desktop icons has past. i guess it was just another
> fleeting fascination (which will probably strike me again in three
> On Sat, 27 May 2006 14:04:42 -0400
> Matthew Graybosch <mgraybosch at starbreaker.net> wrote:
> > On Sat, 27 May 2006 18:08:37 +0200
> > Manuel Colmenero <m.kolme at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Well, if you want a really easy-to-use desktop, why don't you try
> > > Nautilus or Rox?
> > As I understand it, Nautilus draws the desktop in such a way that you
> > can't get to the Openbox menu by clicking on the desktop. This may or
> > may not matter to Mike Obrien, of course, since he wants icons on his
> > desktop. If he still wants to get to his menu, he might be better off
> > with Rox. I had thought that iDesk was a dead project, to be honest.
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