-need to change the package description to MEPIS 11
-alsaconf to alsa-utils
-how to add app to panel
-link to Wiki 3G, not Debian Wiki
-delete 5.3.4 Welcome Center
-localization in Writer: Both OO & LO default language is US. For those outside the US we need to make changes to get the functions working to our liking. If you follow the link I posted earlier there are several English dictionaries to choose from. Download & save the one of your choice, open LO, open writer or other app >> tools >> extension manager then add the file you just downloaded. Shut down LO then reboot. Go to tools >> language settings & make changes. These changes are global.
-add gtasks widget to Google section
-add virtual desktops
-add on how to change theme, combo of System Settings and Plymouth
-add BT file transfer:
1) right-click the BT icon in the System Tray > Manage devices. Add your device (make sure it is discoverable) if it is not already there, and click the Trust button below
2) right-click the BT icon again > Receive files configuration. Make sure the Enable box is checked, and decide where you want the files to go (I use ~/Download/BT)
3) on the device, check that the desktop is found and paired
4) then I either navigate to the file and use a long press to get a context menu, or use a free app called Bluetooth File Transfer to send
5) when the notification pops up on your desktop (see attached), click Accept
-Debian card installer (Danum)
-diff wallpapers for activities
-add link or content for mnetwork--diagnosis interpretation (http://www.mepis.org/docs/en/index.php? ... gnosis_tab
-5.5, change instruction about xorg.conf
-5.5 add: System Settings > Application Appearance > Fonts.
-Section 5.5 - Display - Adding Fonts, Item 4 - Microsoft Core Fonts The package is now ttf-mscorefonts-installer and is in the Debian stable repository.
-add DOSEMU to Emulation section
-add libdvdcss2 to Section 8.2 on multimedia .. Libdvdcss2 is mentioned in the "ripping video" section of multimedia, but perhaps should be further explained as "ripping encrypted DVDs", and perhaps the legal issues could get a mention, also.