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Old 02-14-2005, 08:04 PM   #1
aarond_04
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Registered: Feb 2005
Location: NW Iowa
Distribution: Simply_MEPIS 2004 2.6.7
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Angry firefox disappears from kmenu


ok, Im running Simply_MEPIS '04 and just installed firefox(KDE) I install it and it ends up going to the home folder, so I use kmenuedit to add firefox to the kmenu, it works great----until I log out and log back in, then it disappears as well as the icon I put on the taskbar. Anyone had this problem?
please help me!!!! P.S.-Dumb it down haha
 
  


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