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Thread: Editing debian submenu in OpenBox

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    Editing debian submenu in OpenBox

    I want to learn how to edit the submenu in OpenBox named 'Debian'. Obmenu doesn't do this, which is pretty annoying. I mean, it can edit the main menu which pops up upon right-clicking, but not the debian menu. As it is now, that menu is really cluttered with programs I prefer running from the terminal. So how do I edit this Debian submenu?

    By the way, OpenBox stinkin' rocks! I love this thing now! But I was wondering, what kind of minimal WM's do you guys use? I don't have any experience with any of them, and would like to kick around a few of 'em.

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    Re: Editing debian submenu in OpenBox

    Nevermind, guys. The version in the Ubuntu repos is just old. Problem solved.

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    Re: Editing debian submenu in OpenBox

    Although it would be good if I could edit the menu on fbpanel... any way I could do that?

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    Re: Editing debian submenu in OpenBox

    use lxpanel
    "I took the red pill, but I installed the blue Linux"

    Archlinux user, using it right now.

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    Re: Editing debian submenu in OpenBox

    Quote Originally Posted by karlmp View Post
    use lxpanel
    I don't really want to change the panel I'm using just to be able to do this... but I'll check it out. Thanks.

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