MiMenu applet does not contain add-remove programs

Bug #164560 reported by Kasimir Gabert on 2007-11-22
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
Awn Extras

Bug Description

The MiMenu applet does not contain an add-remove programs option for Ubuntu. This feature should exist (maybe Ubuntu specific) so that one can replace the "Applications" menu with Avant Window Manager fully.

Mark Lee (malept) wrote :

FYI, since this bug report/feature request is targeted at a specific applet, it should go into the awn-extras project. The awn project only deals with bugs/feature requests pertaining to the dock itself, or the library that interfaces with the applets.

Thanks for your bug report!

moonbeam (rcryderman) wrote :

Not sure if this is a valid bug or not. Tehk what are your thoughts?

Changed in awn-extras:
assignee: nobody → im-tehk
Kasimir Gabert (kasimir-g) wrote :

The reason that I would say this is a bug is because the other menu applets do contain this. Maybe it is something that should only be contained within the Ubuntu repository, but without it this menu applet cannot replace the gnome menu.

moonbeam (rcryderman) wrote :

Does anyone have any strong opinions on this? I'm inclined to mark this won't fix (or invalid) unless someone volunteers to add the feature.

Changed in awn-extras:
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
status: New → Triaged
Stewart Johnston (stooj) wrote :

MiMenu is my favourite menu for awn. It would be a real shame if this wasn't added in. I tried adding it into a subfolder of the applications menu (System Tools) but even after a restart it wouldn't show up on the MiMenu.

IM.tehk (im-tehk) wrote :

Fixed in revision 564

I specifically blocked this for a reason early in MiMenu's development but it seems to work now.

Changed in awn-extras:
status: Triaged → Fix Committed
onox (onox) on 2009-02-09
Changed in awn-extras:
status: Fix Committed → Fix Released
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