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There is still an Adobe Reader menu item in my main menu.
And how do I get rid of the firefox plugin, disabled seems like it is still somewhere on my hard drive.
And I'm still curious how it got on my computer in the first place. It came up every time I opened up Midori.
Delete the main menu entry. When you manually delete something in that way, things like menu entries get orphaned (left there when no program is present)
Have a look into usr/lib/firefox3.5.6/plugins and usr/lib/firefox/plugins. That will take care of the plugin.
How it got onto your system? Only you would know that. If you don't, perhaps it was unknowingly installed in some sort of packaged or binded installer. I have no idea.
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Last edited by lupusarcanus; 01-03-2010 at 10:40 AM.