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Re: Menu does not update



On Sunday 09 May 2004 09:30 am, CRH wrote:
> On Sun, 09 May 2004 16:00:47 +0200, Hendrik Sattler Combobulated:
> > Am Sunday 09 May 2004 15:39 schrieb CRH:
> >> I have read about the bugs with menu in sid. I have installed menu-xdg
> >> but my KDE menu continues to have problems. It will not update.
> >> Kmenuedit does not work. Output of update-menus appears to be working
> >> but the KDE menu is not actually updated. Running sed, KDE 3.2.2.
> >
> > Here, the menu does not update at all at runtime :-/ (this worked with
> > KDE2). Maybe you need to relogin. Installing JuK (BTW: nice, but still
> > lots of bugs) did not make it appear but on the next login, it was there.
>
> I've tried restarting KDE, even rebooting! Still not joy.
>
> --
> Ciao,
> CRH 8^)>

Menuing is totally wonky with the interaction between KDE's native menuing, 
the FreeDesktop standard and the Debian menu generation system.

Here's some ideas.

Move or delete ~/.local and ~/.config - they may be overriding global menu 
defaults.

Run update-menus as root to rebuild the menus.  Note that when you run 
update-menus as root, the global default menus are rebuilt.  If you run 
update-menus as a normal user, only your menu files in ~/.local and ~/.config 
get redone.  Note that if you run update-menus as a user right after using 
the menu editor to change things, your changes will be blown away & replaced 
by defaults.

Yes. the menus need fixing.  Especially with regards to usability.  There are 
too many submenus in the K menu, and they have too many items.  And there 
should not be a separate Debian subtree - everything in there needs to be put 
in KDE's regular categories.

l8r
Doug

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