Re: menu management
> if programs would only show up in the gnome *or* the debian menu i could
> two menu structures. but since all apps in the gnome menu
> show up again in the debian menu, the debian menu unusable.
> some examples:
> why is "GNOME Search Tool" in "Debian Menu/Apps/Tools"
> why is "System Tools" and "Desktop Preferences" in "Debian
> Menu/Apps/System" again.
> why do they have different names
> "Desktop Preferences/Advanced/Login Photo"
> is the same as
> "Debian Menu/Apps/System/GDM Photo Setup"
> do not look at "Games" and "Debian Menu/Games" than you only install
> is there a menu guideline for package maintainers?
> how could it be managed that apps show only up once in the menu?
KDE used to solve this by having kderemove="y" in the Debian menu files if the
package also provided a KDE menu entry. However, this has been
*/ Christoffer Sawicki <firstname.lastname@example.org>