On 02/13/2014 12:48 PM, Sl�vek Banko wrote: > On Thursday 13 of February 2014 19:33:37 Darrell Anderson wrote: >> After fiddling and tweaking here is my proposal: >> >> Personal Information Management submenu >> >> Move to Internet menu: >> >> Mail Alert (Korn) >> Mail Client (KMail) >> >> Move to Office menu: >> >> Address Manager (KAddressBook) >> Encryption tool (KGpg) >> Note Taker (KJots) >> Personal Alarm Scheduler (KAlarm) >> Personal Information Manager (Kontact) >> Personal Organizer (KOrganizer) >> Personal Time Tracker (KArm) >> Signature Editor (KSig) >> TDE Groupware Wizard >> TNEF File Viewer (KTnef) >> >> Delete Personal Information Management submenu from the menu >> structure. >> >> With this arrangement, including the KDE(4) submenu, and an almost >> full Trinity install, on my 1280x800 laptop screen I can open the >> Trinity Internet and Office menus without unfolding into a second >> column. >> >> Hopefully there are very few users who install every single Trinity >> app. Therefore menu size and clutter should not be a problem for >> most users. >> >> Is this acceptable? >> >> Darrell >> > > For me, this sounds good. > > Slavek > Much better! Damn! With all this collaboration, TDE should really shine! -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.