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Started by BobK99, September 05, 2022, 05:50:40 PM
Quote from: BobK99 on September 06, 2022, 12:55:51 PMYou're right; it's LXQt. I'll have a look in /etc, but it sounds like I need a new o/s :-(
Quote from: nevertheless on September 06, 2022, 04:18:42 PM...The nm-tray problem I had a few years ago was that if you mistyped the password and it failed to connect, it would save the password and you were stuck with that connection that wouldn't sense the error, couldn't be edited. People would think their wifi wasn't working because it never said "incorrect password, try again." It would just silently fail forever. (That's what came to mind reading your problem. But, I thought there was an "edit connections" somewhere in the start menu. The start menu always seemed confusing to me too. Stuff was organized in a way that I wasn't sure where to look.).Anyway, if you're just using LXQt because you heard it's cool, the latest thing, etc., I'd switch to Xfce or KDE. KDE used to be synonymous with "large." But, I did some comparisons 2-3 years ago, and it didn't use that much more memory than Xfce. Much more polished/large in appearance.
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