Joined: Mar. 2005
||Posted: May 21 2008,00:58
|Quote (meo @ May 20 2008,03:32)|
|Hi again Robert!|
Thank you for responding. As I said the matter wasn't that important to me but I thought you might have an answer to it. I'm posting this from a "vanilla" or out of the box DSL 4.4RC1 and by mistake I started with jwm (I forgot the desktop boot code) and I must say that the looks of jwm in this cut is so good that I might be persuaded to keep on using it. The jwm menu has like a space between every item that the fluxbox menu doesn't have and that helps out a lot when you don't have a perfect eye-vision. It looks really nice so I don't mind if you keep it that way (this said by an old blackbox user in Slackware). I agree with andrewb "what a great look - the best yet - clean & simple". Now I won't bug you anymore so that you can get more time to work on coming releases of DSL.
Have fun and be assured that your good work really is appreciated (that goes for all contributors to this release),
You can have empty spaces in the Fluxbox menu, using the fluxbox code "[nop]" See: http://fluxbox.sourceforge.net/docs/en/newdoc.menuedit.php#commands
You should be able to create a script that takes the fluxbox menu file, and replaces every \n with "\n [nop] ( ) \n", or something. Probably with Sed (At the end of every line, add "\n [nop] ( ) "...
I'll try later tonight.