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I was not actually aware that FluxBox would load KDE items.
In any case, the menu is created and stored for each user individually. It can be edited for the current user by making changes to the "~/.fluxbox/menu" file. By default it needs to be edited by hand, it is not configured through any application (though they are available, just not included in Slackware).
NoDisplay=true will hide the menu entry from all desktop enviroments (or at least from kde, xfce...tested)
use instead the option OnlyShowIn or NotShowIn
eg. i added OnlyShowIn=KDE to all my files under /usr/share/applications/kde4
MAKE A BACKUP OUTSIDE THE /usr/share/applications/ OF THIS DIRECTORY FIRST!
for i in `ls *desktop`; do echo OnlyShowIn=KDE >> $i; done
Tks. I've read the thread and its says bug fixed at the end. The OnlyShowIn=KDE worked here for me in Xfce 4.8. Just in case, I went to /usr/share/applications/kde4 and edited amarok.desktop, commenting the line OnlyShowIn. Then Killall xfce4-panel and xfce4-panel (to reload the menu).
The amarok shortcut appeared again in the menu.