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Hell bite my ass, today I got one junk sort of a problem:
I opened the k-menu editor by right-clicking the button, then selecting menu editor.
I just wanted to do some beauty surgery, rearrange some entries, just like that. Then I accidentally dragged-and-dropped the System submenu to some other submenu. I dragged it back and thought I had gotten it back in place, but that filthy piece of crap so-called editor apparently deleted it. Of course I saved the settings since I had already done the rearrangement of the other items and was still thinking the system menu was back in place. But when I opened the K menu again to admire my surgery, the System submenu was gone; and i didnt find it in any of the submenus or sub-sub-menus.
Now guess what my question is: I want the System submenu back. I wouldnt mind restoring the default K menu configuration as i havent made any serious modifications to it so far (except for the one just mentioned), but how am i gonna do this?
Quick help, please! I dont wanna reinstall my otherwise fully functional linux system, just because i screwed up that cursed menu.
Hi again, at last i have solved the problem, and i thought someone with a similar problem might be interested in my solution:
I deleted the file whose name i have forgotten in the folder ~/.config/menus (contained only this one file)
That's all. That caused the k-menu to return to it's initial state right after the installation.