ClassicMenu Indicator v0.07 Released with New System Settings Menus
ClassicMenu Indicator version 0.07 has been released with the addition of three new system settings menus: Personal , Hardware and System . The bug that caused ClassicMenu Indicator to crash on invalid icons has also been fixed.
You can install ClassicMenu Indicator version 0.07 in Ubuntu 12.04 , 11.10 and 11.04 via its official PPA by running following commands in the terminal.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:diesch/testing
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install classicmenu-indicator
You can launch ClassicMenu indicator from the Unity Dash and click on it to have access to all the application menus.
In ClassicMenu Indicator version 0.07, the three new menus (Personal , Hardware and System) provides you a one click access to all the components of System Settings.
Under Personal category ,components of System Settings like Appearance, Keyboard Layout , Language Support , Online Accounts , Screen and Ubuntu One are accessible.
Under Hardware category, components of System Settings like Additional Drives, Bluetooth, Clour , Displays, Keyboard, Mouse and Touchpad, Network, Power, Printing, Removable Media and Sound and Wcom Graphics Tablet are accessible.
Under System category , components of System Settings like , Backup, Software Sources, System Info, Time & Date , Universal Access and User Accounts are accessible.
You can report bugs found in ClassicMenu Indicator from the Launchpad Link given below.
Launchpad: ClassicMenu Indicator
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