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Re: Back on 13.10 release - Lxsession Edit
Ooh... I like that mockup. I installed Google Chrome on 13.10 for my son,
and I was having a hard time figuring out how to set the default browser
back to Firefox.
Sent from my Windows Phone
From: Rafael Laguna <rafaellaguna@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: 11/21/2013 3:50 PM
To: Julien Lavergne <gilir@xxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Lubuntu QA <lubuntu-qa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; JM <meets@xxxxxx>; lubuntu
user list <lubuntu-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Lubuntu-qa] Back on 13.10 release - Lxsession Edit
I could do that, because you're tool does all my tweak mockup showed, and a
few things more. Just adding more tabs to my mockup and filling with your
Julien Lavergne <gilir@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
2013/11/21 JM <meets@xxxxxx>
> On Thu, 21 Nov 2013 13:34:00 -0200
> Iberê Fernandes <ibere.fernandes@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Mélodie,
> > Regarding lxsession edit, I agree with you: I'm still fighting to
> > understand it. (I'm a Lubuntu user since 11.10)
> > However, some other folks seems to have got how it works:
> > "Though Lubuntu is yet to get an LXDE control center like PCLinuxOS
> > LXDE or ROSA and the settings items are scattered through Menu ->
> > Preferences. Another interesting addition I saw is the Default
> > applications for LXSession entry in Preferences. Earlier adding any
> > program to autostart in LXDE would mean hitting the terminal. But, now
> > with this option, adding programs to autostart (from Running or
> > Launching applications and/or directly adding an entry to autostart)
> > has become a lot easier. Further, settings give options of changing
> > default DE, adding Gnome Dbus and/or setting up Lubuntu in laptop
> > mode. I like Lubuntu more than any of the previous versions that I
> > have used."
> > Well, that's the blogger opinion... not mine though.
> > Just wanted to share a different point of view.
> An opinion which is nice to read at but which unfortunately doesn't bring
> the first clue
> about what in that bench of buttons does what. :?
Well, I'm completely agree with the actual design of lxsession-default-app,
for now is more a debug tool, that a real user tool. One of my goal for
this cycle is to make it better. I worked more on the backend than on the
UI last cycle. Again (I probably said it a couple of times already), any UI
input are welcomed.