Can I access the 'include' in xfce's app menu?

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    marudai

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    I'm using the acer-xfce switch and I've put the xfce menu on my tray/taskbar thing. Someone posted info on writing your own app menu for xfce, but I'm looking for a starting point. I don't want to add things, just remove the ones I don't use. So I figure the easiest place to start would be to take the file that xfce looks at, copy it, modify the copy, and use that instead. Unfortunately when I go to the menu editor, all it tells me is that the applications section of the menu is an 'include' provided by the system. Is there actually a file somewhere which the system maintains that i can dig up and use to start my replacement menu?
     
    marudai, Sep 25, 2008
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    rbil

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    Read this FAQ:

    http://wiki.xfce.org/faq

    In particular the section : How to edit the auto generated menu with the menu editor?

    Cheers.
     
    rbil, Sep 26, 2008
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