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Old 04-07-2008, 08:20 AM   #1
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KDE Alternative for gnome-session-properties?

In Gnome, one can add or remove custom applications using gnome-session-properties. In KDE4, I couldn't find something similar to gnome-session-properties. So my question is how to do it in KDE4? I am using Fedora 9 Beta. Thanks a lot!
Old 04-21-2008, 09:12 AM   #2
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KDE Alternative fore gnome session properties

I am not sure what you mean But if you like to delete a program from
the menu list I never try with Fedora but a did it a few times with Suse
and just trying with Fedora it gives the same possibilities
Just edit the program you like to delete at my computer just pressing with
my right mouse button press it again and then one of the options is delete
In suse every goes oke

all the best


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