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Old 08-01-2003, 03:27 PM   #1
jaYDee
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RedHat Menu


Ok guys, probably very simple for you to answer, but this has been kind of bugging me...

First Part :

Can I add programs to the RedHat menu? (I run KDE and Gnome if that makes a difference) If so, How?

Second Part :

As "system administrator" (haha) for this PC, can I add/remove icons from the menu for other users, without logging onto their areas?

Thanks for your help.

Jay
 
Old 08-01-2003, 03:50 PM   #2
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This only applies for Kde 3.1 and higher (maybe). I don't know anything about Gnome.

To add something to the Kmenu head over to KControl -> Desktop -> Panels. From Panels click on the Menus tab and select the "Edit K Menu" button.

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