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Old 01-27-2009, 05:05 PM   #1
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Get rid of icons in the applications menu in which the programs have been uninstalled

Okay. So I tried to install Guild Wars and my iRiver software with wine. It installed but won't load. So I uninstalled them but the Icons are still in the applications menu under the bar that says "Other" I know it's not a big deal it just bugs me. I can't delete them. Anyone know how I can dispose of them?
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If you're using gnome, click with the right mouse button on the menu icon and select "edit menus"


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