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I am using Xubuntu 14.04. I would like to customise it to my needs. Just for anxiety I would like to change the Menu Contents of " About XFCE " . I usually change names by editing /usr/share/applications/xfce-about.desktop file . But Now I want to change the contents of it. Where is the coded file ? Note : For customization I use ubuntu builder !

I took a look on many links and found these are all what I am doing right now. See we have a menu named "About XFCE " when we click it , it will show up a window . Inside that some contents describing it like say

" Xfce is a collection of programs that together provide a full-featured desktop
environment. The following programs are part of the Xfce core: "

My requirement is to change this long description in that application. How can I achieve that.

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The customize-menu entry at the xfce wiki should answer all of your questions.

Customize the Xfce menu

This page describes how to customize the menu, using Xfdesktop 4.5 or higher. For earlier versions you can use the libxfce4menu GUI.

A GNU-licensed graphical menu editor for LXDE, LXMenuEditor, also works for XFCE, as of XFCE 4.8.0 and LXMenuEditor 20110523.

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This isnt I am looking for. I took a look on the link and found these are all what I am doing right now. See we have a menu named "About XFCE " when we click it , it will show up a window . Inside that some contents describing it like say " Xfce is a collection of programs that together provide a full-featured desktop environment. The following programs are part of the Xfce core: " My requirement is to change this long description in that application. How can I achieve that. –  SAGAR May 19 at 5:00

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