MSI GE70-2PEQuad core Intel Core i7-4710HQKingston 16 GB RAMIntel 4th Gen. Integr. GPU/NVidia GeForce GTX860MQualcomm Atheros Killer E2200/Intel Wireless 3160
First off all, I must comment on the impatience posted in your 2nd post.
You need realise that people who come here to help others are NOT paid to help you or others facing difficulties.
It’s done on purely VOLUNTEER time.
If you want help, I’d really, REALLY suggest to hold back on the impatience.
But waiting for 2 days when the topic starter has serious screen issues??? Thats too much too aks i think. His first post was 9 days ago, his second 7 days ago. So there was basically 2 days between both posts and nobody replied to it. Ofcourse the poor guy got impatienced about it. He only wanted to have his problem solved…
@billwx said in lxqt or file mgr problem?:
All thumb drives are affected, as well as the known Thunar issue of transferring between windows on the same drive. Does Openbox use Thunar by chance? Somehow it seems i had both file managers on the Openbox/LxQt setup?
Thunar is a part of Xfce, not of Openbox.
I think to test the whole situation the best is to format at least 1 thumb drive in a terminal and test afterwards if you still have any issues with it. If you can read/write after formatting the thumb drive you could format all thumb drives.
Reading your post more carefully i recognize your problem since i had similar experience with some of my thumb drive. After formatting them in a terminal the problem was gone.
LXQT is the successor of Lxde (formed after merging Razor-QT and LXde) and both are using PCMan file-manager. Xfce is using Thunar as its default file-manager.
It looks like your problem is file-manager independent. Do you encounter this issue with all of your USB thumb drives or just with a specific thumb drive?
I like my mouse pointer to move really fast.
I can’t help you further with your problem but it is not very wise to set your mouse pointer to very fast. The reason not to do this is RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury). When you set your mouse pointer to very fast, you don’t have to move your hand that much. A small/short movement of your hand is enough to move your mouse pointer from one corner to the other corner of your screen. Making such small movements is wrong and leads to RSI. To avoid this, you should better set your mouse pointer to a normal speed in such way that you have to make a much wider movement to move your mouse pointer and as such, avoiding RSI.
There is nothing wrong with my internet connection, it is very fast. XFCE is the oldish drop down type, most definitely not the 4.12 whisker menu. There maybe a bug that you guys don’t know about.
Again, there is NO 4.12 Whisker menu! Only Xfce has version 4.12. Whisker menu is landed on version 1.6.0.
Please, do not mix up both version numbers!!!
To add the Whisker menu you need to add this applet to your Xfce taskbar, check this: https://forum.antergos.com/topic/4467/whisker-menu
Did you tried to run the following terminal command as i specific asked you to do: xfce4-about
With this you can determine which Xfce version you have installed.
The problem of the topic starter has nothing to do with a slow internet. For some unknown reason the topic starter was able to install Xfce 4.10 which in my opinion is very doubtful.
In my opinion, the installation itself screwed up not resulting in not having the Whisker menu and showing the “old” desktop configuration and also screwing up the Cnchi. Another scenario is that Cnchi screwed up the whole installation as you already mentioned.