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    Copying XFCE Menu to GNOME Shell/Classic

    Hello

    I have a customized XFCE menu. How can I easily copy this to be used with GNOME Shell and/or Classic?

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    Re: Copying XFCE Menu to GNOME Shell/Classic

    Bump

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    Re: Copying XFCE Menu to GNOME Shell/Classic

    1. No bumps before 24 h seems to be the polite thing.
    2. Why do you think it should be easy?
    Users can easily damage their systems by using sudo su if they aren't experienced enough.

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    Re: Copying XFCE Menu to GNOME Shell/Classic

    You "might" be able to use the xfce panel with Gnome. I haven't tried it myself though. When you're in your Gnome session, try running this in your terminal or startup applications.

    Code:
    xfce4-panel
    I don't believe there's a direct way to 'copy' your menu entries from xfce4 to Gnome-{shell,classic}.

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    Re: Copying XFCE Menu to GNOME Shell/Classic

    Quote Originally Posted by 28c64 View Post
    You "might" be able to use the xfce panel with Gnome. I haven't tried it myself though. When you're in your Gnome session, try running this in your terminal or startup applications.

    Code:
    xfce4-panel
    I don't believe there's a direct way to 'copy' your menu entries from xfce4 to Gnome-{shell,classic}.

    Thank you. I get the top and the bottom panels running under GNOME Shell with that. But the gnome panel overlays the XFCE panel. Although, I may try to run it like this, the ideal way would be converting menu entries from XFCE to Gnome.

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