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Offline Ves

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Menus
« on: 01. February 2016, 00:27:25 »
Hi, i'm a newbie to bspwm and tiling in general. I think i found most configs for keybindings and panels, but i'd like to change both the top left menu and the right click menu. I changed my browser and want them to link to it instead of midori.Pretty sure i miss something obvious here.

I also want to congratulate to this Edition. Its incredibly lightweight and functional.  :)

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Re: Menus
« Reply #1 on: 01. February 2016, 02:39:27 »
You can change browser by changing your $HOME/.profile file. There is line that says
BROWSER="midori"
Or something like that. Change midori to whatever you like and it should become your default brpwser in the menus.

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Re: Menus
« Reply #2 on: 01. February 2016, 02:45:14 »
If you want to edit them otherwise, you need to edit theor scripts. Easiest way is to copy them from /usr/bin/{dmainmenu.sh,dboxmenu} to $HOME/.bin/{dmainmenu.sh,dboxmenu} and edit the copies. Maybe also rename them and change your .rootmenurc amd sxhkrc to call your own scripts.

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Re: Menus
« Reply #3 on: 01. February 2016, 04:43:12 »
Thank you, it worked. Copied the scripts over for later use, but will spend the next time to get used to tiling.  :P