[Om2008.08] Desktop drawer submenu subdirectory

Bastian Muck bastian.muck at gmx.de
Wed Sep 10 13:59:36 CEST 2008

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That solves the Problem. But what if someone (like me) dislikes the

Nishit Dave schrieb:
> On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 4:56 PM, <flamma at correo.ugr.es
> <mailto:flamma at correo.ugr.es>> wrote:
>     Hi everybody.
>     I have installed openmoko-games and I enjoy some of them very
>     much. But
>     now my desktop have too much icons to be practical.
>     It would be useful to have subdirectories on the main menu. So
>     if I want
>     to play a game, I go to games and then there are all the games.
>     I have tried (and failed) the following aproachs:
>     1- Make a directory in /usr/share/applications and copy the
>     .desktop files
>     inside. Result: the subdirectory doesn't appear, but the
>     launchers inside
>     do.
>     2- Make a directory launcher in the same place, and put the
>     .desktop files
>     inside the directory pointed. Result: the directory launch does not
>     appear.
> Have you tried the Slider view under Illume menu > Configuration
> (Spanner) > Launcher > Display Type?  It categorizes applications
> and displays one icon for each category.  You can slide horizontally
> across different applications in each category.  Nice idea, but
> implementation is sub-optimal.  You can't see all applications at
> once, and end up invoking the wrong ones.
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