Thunar has a selection of extensions that allows users to create custom actions that can extend its functionality. These actions operate on files and folders found within Thunar and can do anything from bulk-renaming to running specialized scripts. The MX Linux devs created many useful ones that show up in the context menu, but users can easily create their own.
[insert 2 sides of an existing custom action here]
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Tumblerd, the service that watches the file system and notifies the system when a thumbnail needs to be made may get stuck in a loop, see the bug report. The following script is a temporary workaround to stop this from happening. Copy, and paste this into a .sh file, save it somewhere in your home directory, mark the file as executable then set up the system to autostart it at system startup.
Cliquez simplement sur OK pour engager votre responsabilité et installer les codecs suivants.
The mirrors listed below are tracking the following upstream sources on a 12h cycle:
This document was created from testing notes on MX-15 Beta 2 during development by user hierax_ca--much appreciated!
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The Users Manual is produced by the MX Linux Community in American Standard English. It can be converted to another language using the Google Translate pull-down menu, which provides a basic translation which, though useful, is often difficult to understand.
Community members are working on correcting these machine translations (THANKS!), beginning with Sections 1 (Introduction) and 3 (Configuration). This page keeps track of the completed Sections by language.
Here are the repos for MX Linux releases:
Consult the Community Repos page for details.