To add an application launcher to Xfce Applications Menu is simple; all you have to do is place the *.desktop file that launches the application in the right folder. Create the *.desktop file Create a text file whose extension is 'desktop', with the following content: [Desktop Entry] Version=1.0 Type=Application Name= ItemName Exec= Command Icon= IconFile Categories= Category ; On ItemName write the name that should be displayed on the menu. Command is the command that should be run. IconFile is the path to some *.png file. The Category dictates the sub-menu where the item will be placed. See the table bellow to see what Category value you should use. Sub-Menu Categories Accessories Utility Development Development Games Game Graphics Graphics Internet Network Multimedia AudioVideo Office Office System System A new item can be placed on a sub-menu by selecting the right 'Catego
A application launcher is a little icon on Xfce's panel that launches an application when it's clicked. Lets see one way to add a launcher to the panel. Some application launchers on Xfce's Panel Add application launcher Right-click on panel then open Panel Preferences On the Items tab click the Add new item button. Select Launcher , click Add then Close . The launcher will be added to the bottom of the items list. Select it and click the Edit Item button. Click the Add item to Launcher button. Select the application and click Add . When you return to the panel's list of items you can move the launcher up and down, thus moving it left or right on the panel.
On startup Gimp loads its own fonts (~/.gimp-X.Y/fonts) and system installed fonts. But there's a way of refreshing the font list without having to restart Gimp. First the "Fonts" dialog must be enabled: Windows > Dockable Dialogs > Fonts Then just use the refresh button positioned on the bottom of the "Fonts" dialog: Related Posts Enable Single-Window Mode in Gimp 2.8 Install GIMP 2.8 in Xubuntu 12.04 (ppa) References Fonts Dialog - Gimp Documentation