Description of problem:
When installing both Gnome and Cinnamon, the desktop menu names for file manager ("Files"/"Files") and system settings ("System Settings"/"Settings") show up next to each other and it is impossible to tell which is which without actually starting them up.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Go to "Menu -> Accessories" or "Menu -> System Tools" in C
innamon, or to the equivalent Application Display in Gnome
Nautilus should be named "Gnome File Manager" or "Nautilus (File Manager)",
Nemo should be named "Cinnamon File Manger" or "Nemo (File Manager)",
"Settings" should be named "Gnome System Settings" or similar,
"System Settings" should be named "Cinnamon System Settings" or similar.
In principle, it should be able to install any number of DEs without getting entries in the menus which are specific to one DE but not identifiable as such. I suspect there are more cases lurking.
Just a side remark: Calling a file manager menu entry "Files" seems incredibly arrogant by upstream as they are squatting on a most generic term. I don't think Fedora as a distribution which integrates contributions from different upstreams should tolerate this.
The nautilus desktop (for example) contains:
The nemo desktop also contains:
What I think needs to happen here is that Cinnamon get its own desktop id, and cinnamon apps start using it.
Thanks for looking into this. The File Manager issue is not so grave as I don't think the file manager will usually be started from the menu anyway. It just looks mildly unprofessional.
The more annoying one is the Settings where the Cinnamon settings window does not contain all relevant settings, so that, for the better or worse, both Setting applications must be available to the Cinnamon user. I guess Cinnamon will get this worked out eventually, but right now it is really annoying because also within the settings menus there is no feedback on which settings will affect both Gnome and Cinnamon and which ones are DE specific.
(In reply to Bill Nottingham from comment #1)
> The nautilus desktop (for example) contains:
> The nemo desktop also contains:
> What I think needs to happen here is that Cinnamon get its own desktop id,
> and cinnamon apps start using it.
This isn't going to happen.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 963433 ***
I read bug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=963433 as being specifically about nemo taking over the Gnome desktop. So I don't see it a duplicate of this one, it's just another aspect of Cinnamon and Gnome playing nice with each other. Please reconsider closing this one.