this is my first post. I switched a week ago from gnome2 to XFCE.
I'm mostly satisfied with xfce except of Thunar (no search, no tabs, etc).
But i have a problem with my panel and Rhythmbox. I can't minimize it to tray.
Is it possible to edit the "Known Applications" (Bekannte Anwendungen) ?
All i can do in the Launcher menu is to clear the known apps.
Also i can't hide the blueman symbol. I checked the box for "hidden" but nothing happens.
OS is Ubuntu 12.04 with XFCE 4.8
Thanks and regards from Germany..
Last edited by sick (2012-05-01 22:25:49)
The tray thing IDK (it may be a rhythmbox bug, though).
Regarding Thunar, you can create many custom actions for it (in right-click menu).
If you want to try some examples, put the contents at http://fpaste.org/Xw6g/ in ~/.config/Thunar/uca.xml (close and open it afterwards for them to show up).
There you have 'compare' (needs meld), 'disk usage' (needs baobab), 'search here' (needs gnome-search-tool), 'edit image' (needs imagemagick) and root actions (needs gksu).
Last edited by secipolla (2012-04-25 17:44:05)
I found out what the problem was...
It was the icons-theme which was missing a icon for sound/rhythmbox.
So i blame it to the xfce-look.org guys
Last edited by sick (2012-05-01 22:25:06)