Simplify Menus (More like Debian/Ubuntu)
I am always shocked at how sloppy the menus are in not only openSUSE, but Mandriva, etc.
Most of them have the structure of Applications -> Internet -> Browsers -> Firefox
If there is ONE entry under browswers, why have a sub menu? That's one more bit of waiting you have to do for the sub menu to open.
Debian and Ubuntu both have it set up as Applications -> Internet -> Firefox. Makes far more sense that way. Now what would be nice is a programmatical way to have the menus create a sub menu if (and only if) the full menu starts to get too full, or there are at least 5 of an application 'type'. This obviously would require some things beyond just the distributions though, and instead would require some alterations to the freedesktop spec for creating menu entries.
I do feel that this would help with some major frustrations of users who are thinking of switching. I seriously would have stayed with using openSUSE except for this issue (and the billion different repositories that are out there.)
Please FIX THE MENUS!
This is done for GNOME for openSUSE 11.4 but not yet for KDE.
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