[kde-freebsd] Call for Testing KDE 4.2 for FreeBSD (fwd)
david at usermode.org
Mon Feb 2 02:46:54 CET 2009
On Sunday 01 February 2009 04:35:11 pm Daniel Eischen wrote:
> Yes, I use classic mode. I tried this with KDE 4.? (whatever was in
> ports in Nov 2008). There was no menu editor that I could see, at
> least nothing that looked anything like the custom mouse button
> controls from KDE 2/3.x. And I looked *very* hard to find it,
> searched mailing lists, didn't find a reference to it, but found
> others with the same problem but no solution.
> To be clear, I don't want to edit the K-menu (or whatever it
> is called now), I want to add menus for my first and second
> mouse buttons so that when I press one of those buttons over
> *any* unoccupied area of the desktop (e.g., not hovering over
> a shortcut/icon, control panel, or an open application window),
> I get my own customized menu.
Okay, I see what you want now. Poking around the forums and bugs, it looks
like it's on a TODO list, but not yet available. On problem is that Plasma is
a completely new desktop, replacing kicker and kdesktop. This featurette fell
through the cracks during the rewrite. You might want to log a new bug on
this specific feature at bugs.kde.org.
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