Adding tweak to the System Settings panel

Asked by Bruce Reidenbach on 2011-12-19

ubuntu-tweak is such a great tool! Thanks for all your work. Would you consider making the following changes to the .desktop file so that ubuntu-tweak appears on the system settings panel?

Change the settings line to
Categories=GNOME;GTK;Settings;X-GNOME-Settings-Panel;

and add
X-GNOME-Settings-Panel=ubuntu-tweak

to the same section in the file. I wish I knew how to make it appear on the settings menu, but so far I haven't been able to discover how to do that.

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Ding Zhou
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2011-12-20
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2011-12-20
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2011-12-20
Best Ding Zhou (tualatrix) said : #1

Thank you for your idea, I've already committed the fix.

Next build you'll see Ubuntu Tweak in the System Settings panel

Bruce Reidenbach (bereiden) said : #2

Thanks Ding Zhou, that solved my question.

Excellent work Ding Zhou! I'm currently testing version 0.7.0 on Lubuntu 11.10 and I see it under System Tools menu. Perfect classification!

Mateusz Maćkowski (m4tx) said : #4

Bump: in the new versions of the Ubuntu (12.04) and Ubuntu Tweak, the application doesn't shows at System Settings. Please, readd it :)

Ding Zhou (tualatrix) said : #5

Yes, I will add in the next version (0.7.2)