No worries because all my files have a copy on external hard drive.
I'm not at all familiar with those file suffixes, but one thing! I highly recommend backing things up to a separate device before playing too much!
About your previous post,
It sounds like you're using the Gnome classic session, is that correct?
Maybe with default English folders it is fine, but what I did:
I think to rename folders in the Places menu you simply have to open Nautilus and rename the corresponding folder there. Like in this example I renamed Pictures to Photos and it shows up that way in the menu:
- installed English system with all needed software;
- translated English Ubuntu 12.04 into my language;
- Found that if I rename Desktop just as you showed, it has no effect on the Places
menu item, which should be the renamed version of Desktop, instead it is something else, which is wrong translation, so I want to find the appropriate file to edit the existing translation.
Unfortunately my Gnome classic without effects can not afford to make screenshots with opened Places menu to compare with the folders in the home directory (so hope you understand my text).
True, that is easy. I was wondering about the Places menu items only.
And to rename an application you go to System Tools > Preferences > Main Menu. Then if you highlight an app it can be renamed in Properties:
I've read the post and installed both:
Now I have indicator-messages again on the panel I'm going to remove it by using simple command in the terminal, but still have no idea how to remove the My account switcher.
sudo apt-get install indicator-applet indicator-applet-session
Thank you anyway.