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XFCE: image as whole applications menu button, not just icon

This is what I want for my applications menu, the whole thing, not just the icon that should sit behind the optional text: What I get when I change the icon is: But what I want is this (edited ...
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weird bug with xfce4: menu panel font very small

I am using debian wheezy with xfce4. With some applications I am experiencing a weird phenomena: The menu panel sometimes has a very tiny font (see Picture). This doesn't happen every time and only ...
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XFCE - find out which command is executed by a given menu item

I would like to know which command is executed when I click on a given XFCE menu item. For instance, in my menu, Applications contains an item Users and Groups, but clicking on it does nothing. I ...
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Context menu won't show unless right mousebutton is kept held down

I have posted this as a bug here, but I am looking for a workaround. So, I will re-post the bug here. I am in Linux Mint 15 (Olivia) Xfce version, with Thunar 1.6.2 The bug consists in the context ...
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Reorder items in an XFCE4 menu

In the Application menu, the "Lock Screen" item is misplaced, does anyone know how to place it just above "Log Out"? Shows "Lock Screen" somewhere in the middle but should appear near the bottom, ...
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XFCE4 Open PanelMenu via shortcut

I want open the XFCE4-Menu via a keyboard shortcut. I tried to map the command xfce4-popup-menu, but got the error: Failed to execute child process xfce4-popup-menu Then I tried ...
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How to disable Application Menu in XFCE?

I have just installed i3 as a Window Manager, and I feel the keyboard shortcuts and the integrated status bar are sufficient to manage my open applications, view the time, etc. In other words, I'd ...
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Empty XFCE Applications menu

After installing one application that put its launcher in the wrong menu category I decided to relocate it to its correct category. To this effect I edited the Applications menu (right click on it ...
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How to remove KDE and XFCE applications from GNOME menu?

I am new to Linux. I installed kubuntu-desktop and xubuntu-desktop over the default Ubuntu 10.10. I want to unclutter the menu, so that applications related to a particular desktop appear in menu ...