On 06/04/2013 10:21 AM, Jay Lozier wrote:
On Tue, 04 Jun 2013 10:05:31 -0400, CVAlkan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I'm a little confused, however. I know the desktop integration
specifically Debian, but as far as I know (although I haven't checked
lately) the only Debian version that uses desktop integration is Ubuntu.
Ergo, why include the package if it doesn't support Ubuntu?
Or is there more to it than that?
Someday I'll "get" all this stuff :)
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Not a dev but Ubuntu is a derivative of Debian and the desktop
integration allows LO to be displayed in the menu list properly. For
the specific Ubuntu integration you can use the version in the Ubuntu
repository with the same LO version or install the LO Ubuntu
repository to get the latest LO version.
I agree with you about the top menu bar for Ubuntu/Unity 12.04
I just tested it out and File, Edit, and all of the other menu items I
have in MATE, that should show up in Unity does not on my desktop/laptop
with 12.04LTS when using Unity for the desktop.
Is this a bug? Or there something else going on. I know I used LO
before on Unity and had the top menu bar working fine.
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