I have some templates in my ~/Templates folder, but there is no icons in context menu for any of them except the default "Empty Document".
menus_have_icons is enabled
How to get/set them?
on 11/19/2012 – Made popular on 11/19/2012
The Fallowing information is for developers or editers of themes that wantto use bult in templates to display thare tiles and program icons
I want to list all the templates hears and give as much info about each template as posible for my personal refrence and also for others
so i just desided to make a tread where we can talk about templates how thay are used and what we need
This is an unexpected behavior in Thunar: The templates must reside in the ~/templates folder.The problem is that they must be real files, not symlinks.- If ~/templates is a symlink to another folder (for instance ~/Dropbox/templates).
I can't seem to create templates in Lubuntu. I have a folder in ~ called Templates, which I directly copied from my previous home folder when I installed Lubuntu 12.10, but when I right click in the file manager, in the create new menu, none of my templates are there!
Lubuntu doesn't use nautilus but PCMan File Manager. According to this website, PCManFM has template functionality.
There's only a few templates included with the app. I was thinking I was gonna go on Play Store and find a ton of apps with templates to spark my creativity, but there's nothing there...of the ones included, the recipe and travel models are useful, as is the background changer. Other tnan that, the templates are severly lacking.
I am in the process of designing the group policies for my organization, and I'm wondering if there is somewhere I can go to look at templates, to see how other people have set theirs up, and even download templates to work off of.