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I believe that it is beneficial to know why someone wants a page to be updated. That is why I think this template should take a "reference" parameter. Could someone explain why you are against it? --Duncan
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|Summary=This package installs the Whiskermenu plugin for xfce4, which serves as an alternative to the default application menu.
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|CatPkg=xfce-extra/xfce4-whiskermenu-plugin
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|Maintainer=
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|Repository=Gentoo Portage Tree
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I am pro. However, we can also explain the reason in the talk page. -- [[User:Pytony|Pytony]] ([[User talk:Pytony|talk]])
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Whisker Menu is an alternate application launcher for Xfce. When you open it you are shown a list of applications you have marked as favorites. You can browse through all of your installed applications by clicking on the category buttons on the side. Top level categories make browsing fast, and simple to switch between. Additionally, Whisker Menu keeps a list of the last ten applications that you’ve launched from it. [[http://gottcode.org/xfce4-whiskermenu-plugin/ Homepage]]
  
That is true. We could just explain these things in the talk section. However we accomplish it, it would be good to see a greater level of communication between wiki editors. --Duncan
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== Install ==
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To install Whisker Menu, emerge it:
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<console>
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###i## emerge xfce4-whiskermenu-plugin
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</console>
  
imho talks in page "This page need more info" looks annoying. It's a fact that empty packages wiki pages need more info. --Oleg
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After Whisker Menu has been emerged, we must enable it. To do this:
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# Right click on the panel that you want to add Whisker Menu to, select panel, and then panel preferences.
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# Click on the items tab.
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# Click the plus button on the right-hand side of the window to add a new plugin to the panel.
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# Scroll down the list and select 'Whisker Menu', then click 'Add'.
  
Yes, it is obvious that empty wiki pages need more information, you are right. But what about pages with lots of information on them, like OpenRC? --Duncan
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While you are in the panel editing mode, Whisker Menu can be moved around to your liking by dragging it with the mouse.
  
More info better the page :)
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== Configuration ==
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To configure Whisker Menu, right click on its icon in the panel, then select 'Properties'.
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xfce-extra/xfce4-whiskermenu-plugin


Source Repository:Gentoo Portage Tree

Summary: This package installs the Whiskermenu plugin for xfce4, which serves as an alternative to the default application menu.


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Whisker Menu is an alternate application launcher for Xfce. When you open it you are shown a list of applications you have marked as favorites. You can browse through all of your installed applications by clicking on the category buttons on the side. Top level categories make browsing fast, and simple to switch between. Additionally, Whisker Menu keeps a list of the last ten applications that you’ve launched from it. [Homepage]

Install

To install Whisker Menu, emerge it:

# emerge xfce4-whiskermenu-plugin

After Whisker Menu has been emerged, we must enable it. To do this:

  1. Right click on the panel that you want to add Whisker Menu to, select panel, and then panel preferences.
  2. Click on the items tab.
  3. Click the plus button on the right-hand side of the window to add a new plugin to the panel.
  4. Scroll down the list and select 'Whisker Menu', then click 'Add'.

While you are in the panel editing mode, Whisker Menu can be moved around to your liking by dragging it with the mouse.

Configuration

To configure Whisker Menu, right click on its icon in the panel, then select 'Properties'.