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As titled, I want to add my frequently used folder to the 'places' menu for faster access, it seems there is no easy way to do it, the edit menus option only takes care the application list, am I correct ?
In GNOME 2 you can open Nautilus, e.g by clicking Places -> Home Folder. In the main window select the folder you want to add and drag it into the Places menu on the left. I don't know if it works on GNOME 3 as well.
Yes panel I mean, but there is no remove option, only launch and properties, I think this is the latest version of Gnome, and I also want to add applet to the panel, but there is no such thing in this version.
It would help a lot if you actually found out what version of GNOME you are using and told us because GNOME 3 and GNOME 2 are very different. For example in GNOME 3 you can't actually add anything to the panel (at least you couldn't last time I checked).
One way to find out what version of GNOME you have would be to select 'About' from the Nautilus Help menu.