For the past days, I have been testing the Whisker Menu  on Fedora Xfce and am impressed by the user experience.
To me, it has several advantages over the currently default menu.
1. It can be triggered and opened using Super key which is a fairly common design standard
2. It allows you to search for applications
3. It integrates the user details into the menu and thus makes having an additional profile section with your name in the panel (usually top right corner) obsolete
What are your thoughts on the Whisker Menu? Could this become the new default menu on Fedora Xfce?
Looking forward to your thoughts and feedback.
I'm using XFCE for a long time on an updated system and was struggling
to make the user experience smooth on new XFCE installations. They were
always asking for passwords to unlock my ssh keys even when the "GNOME
services" were enabled. The reason was missing the "gnome-keyring-pam"
package that is used in /etc/pam.d/lightdm. With the PAM module
installed the keyring gets unlocked at login automatically. If my
observation is right, then gnome-keyring-daemon is already installed by
default and it's only "gnome-keyring-pam" what's missing.
I have messed up my Fedora 28 installation, having started with GNOME, installed Plasma over it, and now finally running Xfce (which I very much like!).
If possible, I would not want to reinstall everything and start from scratch using the Fedora Xfce spin.
Could someone please be so kind and share with me the default application autostart settings?
I would like to restore mine getting to close to the default one from Xfce and avoiding loading any GNOME or Plasma legacy.