Re: customize menu all users
On Friday 02 April 2004 01:21, Chris Cheney wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 01, 2004 at 08:48:31AM -0300, Raul Montagne wrote:
> > > Note that the directory /usr/local/share/applications may not exist , but
> > > you need only create it, and it will be searched by the KDE menu system.
> > 1.-which is the search order of KDE for the menus?
> I am not certain, but if it doesn't look in /usr/local first it is buggy
> since the freedesktop.org basedir spec states it must look there first.
$ kde-config --types
xdgconf-menu - XDG Menu layout (.menu files)
xdgdata-apps - XDG Application menu (.desktop files)
xdgdata-dirs - XDG Menu descriptions (.directory files)
$ kde-config --path xdgdata-app
Yupp, /usr/local before /usr ;)
Raul, note kde-config only shows directories of the search path that exists
to prevent unnecessary lookups.
> > 2.- the applications I want to *add* in the KDE menu, I would put in
> > /usr/local/share/applications. But if I want to weed out some
> > applications?
> > I have to weed out this apps from the KDE menu, in the very same
> > /usr/share/application (for KDE 3.2) isn't it?
> You should be able to simply put a .desktop file into the local
> directory with the same name as the one you want to replace with the
> "NoDisplay=True" value set in the .desktop file
> > 3.- (last...for the time being) where, how to customize a "standard"
> > panel for a machine for every user?
> I think this is set via the list in /usr/share/apps/kicker/default-apps
> if so you should be override it via /usr/local as well.
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