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Re: Kicker: no "Applications" but "Lost & Found"

On Thu, 24 Jun 2004, Chris Cheney wrote:

> On Wed, Jun 23, 2004 at 09:15:32PM +0200, Michael Schuerig wrote:
> >
> > Some time ago the contents of the K-Menu (Kicker) have changed. There's
> > no longer an application menu called "Applications", instead now there
> > is one called "Lost & Found" containing some, but not all, items
> > previously in "Applications". Also, integration of Debian applications
> > has changed
> "Applications" was renamed to "Lost & Found" by upstream KDE because it
> more accurately reflects what the menu is for. It is for items which do
> not have proper Categories (iow are buggy).
> > I'm using the latest KDE packages on unstable. Now they have their own
> > top-level menu whereas previously they were sorted thematically into
> > the KDE menus.
> This is intentional and will be better fixed when Debian adopts the
> freedesktop.org menu standard, hopefully soon after sarge release.
> The previous break out was more confusing since the Debian categories
> do not match up with fdo categories.

To ask again, *is* there a GUI way of getting a list of all installed GUI
applications and being able to choose from them which to launch?

  Tomas Pospisek
  http://sourcepole.com -  Linux & Open Source Solutions

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