Re: Brief descriptions in menu entries
Jonathan Dowland dijo [Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 09:47:03AM +0000]:
> On Sun, Oct 26, 2003 at 08:19:58PM -0700, Eric Schwartz wrote:
> > Applications -> Internet -> Web Browsers -> Mozilla
> > Galeon
> > etc.
> > If that's a bad idea (because there's too few entries to be useful)
> > then so is your proposal, for the same reason.
> Is this not already possible, using the menu hints system? I don't know
> myself because I am too scared to try it, plus modifying the menu
> settings is a system-wide procedure at the moment and I want it on a
> user basis.
Most users don't do it, but you have:
Menu files: (Earlier listed directories override those listed later.)
Menu files added by the user. (Isn't read if root runs
Menu files added by the system administrator.
Menu files provided by other Debian packages.
Menu files provided by the menu package. (These are for
packages that don't provide menu entries yet. If you see
(or maintain) a package that supplies a menu file in
/usr/lib/menu/, please email me and I'll remove that menu
file from /usr/share/menu/default/).
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