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Old 08-02-2003, 05:39 PM   #1
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Gnome menu editing

Is there a way to edit the gnome menus? thanks
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I found this:

Hope that helps.

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That's old GNOME 1.x stuff. Menu editing in GNOME 2 isn't very good right now, but in GNOME 2.4 it will be easy drag-and-drop stuff. For now the easiest way of editing stuff is to open up nautilus and put "applications:///" into the location bar and hit Enter. This will bring up the Applications submenu and you can edit things in there.


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