Couldn't find anything in the archives, so hopefully other people have
run into this and "just fixed" the problem. I hadn't updated TW in a
long time and when I recently did the nm-applet disappeared from the
Panel. Is there an XFCE native replacement or how do I get it back. I
did not see anything in the "Add to Panel" selector box. Getting
connected to WI-FI on the road is certainly very inconvenient without it.
Google search only didn't turn up anything useful :(
Help is appreciated.
Robert Schweikert MAY THE SOURCE BE WITH YOU
Distinguished Engineer LINUX
Technical Team Lead Public Cloud
On 07/01/2021 09:33, Manuel Quintero Fonseca wrote:
> Hi, update xfce to version 4.16, from the xfce repository, but it
> gives me an error.
> I send 2 images where it shows that it looks out of square
Do you have display compositing enabled in the window manager settings?
Whatever its state, try toggling it. If it's on, turn it off, and _vice
Liam Proven - Technical Writer, SUSE Linux s.r.o.
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Hello Xfce Geekos,
Thunderbird 78 dropped the standard GnuPG in favour of their own
implementation of OpenPGP which sparked this discussion here:
I'd like to know what are the general thoughts on this and feedback if
openSUSE Xfce should consider switching default to Claws Mail instead.
Claws mail is a very powerful client and it's a lot lighter than
Thunderbird, making it a good fit for Xfce. Claws mail also supports
GnuPG well via a plugin that it's available OOTB.
The downside is that compared to Thunderbird, Claws Mail is a bit
clunkier to configure and pretty ugly by default, although there are
nice themes available.
I look forward to hearing from your thoughts.
Maurizio Galli (m4u9)