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Old 10-19-2011, 12:42 AM   #1
Larry James
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How to add the "More Apps" and "Find Files" buttons to the 11.10 Launcher

There is a tweak to remove the More Apps and Find Files buttons from the Ubuntu 11.04 Launcher ( ). It was a nice feature that I got used to using. Fortunately it's removed by default in version 11.10. Now an extra click is required to start applications.

Does anyone know how to add this feature to version 11.10? There is a restore procedure in the link I provided, but this won't work in version 11.10.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions or comments.

-- L. James

L. D. James


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