[openbox] openbox menu icon set
wujek.srujek at gmail.com
Sat Jun 15 16:54:52 EDT 2013
No, I'm not ;d The root menu is the menu that get's shown when I
right-click on the 'desktop', which is the X root window, and no, it
isn't a window run by root ;d For lack of a better term, I baptized it
'root menu' - I don't know what it's called in OB - and nested menus
On 6/15/13, Das <dasfox at gmail.com> wrote:
> What do you mean root menu? I hope you're not running Linux as root?
> On Sat, Jun 15, 2013 at 7:36 AM, Johannes Schaffrath <
> johannes.schaffrath at web.de> wrote:
>> the icons in the submenu are a part of your used theme.
>> You can get icons in your root menu when you set in the rc.xml the
>> <showIcons> tag inside the <menu> tag to yes. After that, you are able to
>> declare the path to the desired icon in the menu.xml.
>> An example:
>> <item label="xterm" icon="/usr/share/icons/**
>> <action name="Execute"><execute>
>> xterm -e mc
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