Re: Lost menu
Yes, Sven, "Visible" is ticked for the Crossover menu. But still, not visible!
On 4/2/07, Sven Arvidsson <email@example.com
On Mon, 2007-04-02 at 15:02 -0700, Jeff D wrote:
> On Mon, 2 Apr 2007, Bernard Fay wrote:
> > A while ago, I installed CrossOver from Codeweavers which appeared in my
> > menu Applications of Gnome. Since an updated those menu for CrossOver are
> > gone. In Alacarte Menu Editor, I can see those menu as visible but I don't
> > actually see them. What might be wrong?
If you select "Applications" in Alacarte, is "Visible" ticked for the
> I'm going to guess that you have the menu package installed, if so take a
> look at :
> that will explain how to get your menus all straight.
> but for example, I use a version of rxvt that I've compiled myself, so in
> ~/.menu Ive put a file nameed rxvt with this in it:
> ?package(rxvt):needs="x11" section="XShells" \
> longtitle="Rxvt: terminal emulator for X" title="Rxvt"\
> command="/usr/local/bin/rxvt -bg black -sl 5000 -fg white -fn fixed
> then run update-menus, and I get a menu option under Xshells named Rxxt.
Actually, GNOME doesn't use the Debian menu system, it uses the
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