[Pkg-xfce-devel] Bug#473410: Bug#473410: thunar: improve the send-to menu
sargentd at die-welt.net
Mon Mar 31 15:31:09 UTC 2008
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008 14:24:26 +0200 Yves-Alexis Perez wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 02:18:31PM +0000, Evgeni Golov wrote:
> > I would like to ask you to improve the send-to menu of Thunar a bit:
> > 1. /usr/share/Thunar/sendto/thunar-sendto-email.desktop has
> > Icon=internet-mail, but there is no such icon on my system. After an
> > apt-file search for it, I found it in the non-free tango-icon-theme and
> > in gnome-accessibility-themes, which both don't fit into my system.
> > Instead, I think. stock_mailto from xfce4-icon-theme should be used.
> Stock icons are just fallbacks. I don't know every icon name, but what I'd say
> is: find a theme wich provide a (good looking) icon for this. I currently use
> tango (wich is non-free because of CC license) but I hope at one time there
> will be free good looking themes too.
Well, I am happy with Rodent/xfce4-icon-theme, why should I search
After having a look at other themes packages, it seems it would be
better to use just "mail", "email" or "mail-new" here.
A different sollution would be shipping a link from internet-mail to
xfce-mail in Rodent, and not touching Thunar's .desktop file.
> > 2. See the three attached .desktop files which should go
> > to /usr/share/Thunar/sendto/. They are based on the ideas at
> > http://thunar.xfce.org/pwiki/documentation/sendto_menu but slightly
> > modified (removed Version and Encoding field, added a TryExec to show
> > the item only if the tool is installed).
> > bluetooth-sendto: send the file via bluetooth (bluez-gnome package)
> > gnome-obex-send: send the file via bluetooth (gnome-bluetooth package)
> > xfprint: print the file via xfprint4
> Imho, .desktop files should be provided by applications, not by Thunar. I
> don't have much feeling about this, but I don't want to clutter thunar package
> with stuff dedicated to apps non Xfce related. (I guess apps maintainer may
> feel the same about maintaining files for a file manager they dont use).
Uhm, true. But at least the xfprint one could be added to the xfprint
Dunno what would be the best for the others (maybe a general place for
sendto .desktop files where all File Managers look at).
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