Hi all, I'm a newbie to #! but am quite familiar with PiBang, so it's not too strange.
I use a dual boot Vista / Linux Mint 13 laptop and will post in the help section about adding #!.
Watch at your peril
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAPlnPtF … 2cwvDhF-aw
Welcome to crunchbang. I also dual boot linux mint (cinnamon) and windows 7 on my other laptop.