09-12-2008 11:00 AM
KDE 4 is barely eight months old, and already it has three options for a main menu. Until now, users have either used the default Kickoff, which makes for awkward navigation of the menu tree, or reverted to the familiar but unwieldy classic menu. Now, with the first full release of Lancelot, users have another option that overcomes the shortcomings of both other alternatives and gives KDE 4 a thoroughly modern menu.
I installed CentOS 8 with Gnome 3.28.2 and I noticed that the "switch user" menu item disappeared from under the system menu of Gnome classic (Both X11 & Wayland). I checked google and this problem seems to have a history going back several releases of Gnome.
Unfortunately, I never found a... (1 Reply)
I installed RHEL 6.1 with KDE 4.3.4 using LDAP on a PC and have now the problem to specifiy a user/Profile specific start menu.
I have used already the kmenuedit tool and tailored for one user a specific menu, successfully.
I changed as an example the konsole submenu.
The kmenuedit was... (0 Replies)
hi all i am a newbie to this
is there any examples on creating a main menu with 3 sub menu
main menu -> option a , b and c
a menu -> option 1 ,2 and 3
b menu -> option 1 ,2
c menu -> option 1 ,2
i am getting headache as my code kept getting unexpected EOF
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Hi Every one,
I am new to Solaris and i want to know how to get a mail when the partition reaches certain Ex-75% percentage, and how to write shell script. I hope some one will help me.
Thanks and Regards,
don't post your email address here... (1 Reply)
Actually, I have 2 questions. At this moment I am running a site which has a lot of visitors. The current server has some problems with running, and I'dd like to see if I can optimize the code to prevent having to upgrade the server.
At this moment if I type 'top' on the unix server I see
a... (5 Replies)
Wowee, step off the bandwagon for a few months and it's amazing what can change. I'm still not sure if this is, in fact, but if it is, what made Neo change his mind about an OT thread? (7 Replies)
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XmAddToPostFromList(library call) XmAddToPostFromList(library call)
XmAddToPostFromList -- a RowColumn function that makes a menu accessible from more than one widget
XmAddToPostFromList makes a menu accessible from more than one widget. After a menu is once created, this function may be used to make that
menu accessible from a second widget. The process may be repeated indefinitely. In other words, where an application would use XmCreatePop-
upMenu or XmCreatePulldownMenu or their equivalent to create a new menu identical to one that already exists, it can use this function to
reuse that earlier menu.
If menu refers to a Popup menu, then the post_from_widget widget can now pop up the specified menu. The actual posting of the menu occurs
as it always does, either through an event handler, or the automatic popup menu support (see the XmRowColumn(3) reference page).
If menu refers to a Pulldown menu, its ID is placed in the XmNsubMenuId resource of the specified post_from_widget. In this case, the
post_from_widget widget must be either a CascadeButton or a CascadeButtonGadget.
Note that this function manipulates the internal structures themselves, not a copy of them.
menu Specifies the ID of the RowColumn widget containing the menu (Popup or Pulldown) to be made accessible from the widget.
Specifies the widget ID of the widget which will now be able to post the menu specified by menu.
For a complete definition of RowColumn and its associated resources, see XmRowColumn(3).
RELATED XmGetPostedFromWidget(3), XmRemoveFromPostFromList(3), and XmRowColumn(3).