On Tuesday 24 May 2005 14:42, Kevin Krammer wrote:
> On Tuesday 24 May 2005 18:23, Derek Broughton wrote:
> > Can someone either describe, or point me to a description, of the KDE
> > menu system, please?
> As of KDE3.2 the menu is build after the freedesktop.org menu
> This means that application menu entries are described by .desktop files
> under /usr/share/application or more precisely in any directory listed by
> #> kde-config --path xdgdata-apps
That's annoying. I have:
and the local applications directory contains some CrossOver .desktop files
that I created manually. These do show up in the menu.
> The structure is described by .menu files under /etc/xdg/menus or more
> precisely and directory under
> #> kde-config --path xdgconf-menu
Which contains: /home/derek/.config/menus/:/etc/xdg/menus/
where ~/.config/menus/applications-merged/cxlegacy.menu points to
which contains two directories "CrossOver" and "Windows_Applications". Those
directories contain .desktop files and other directories. However, none of
those files get included into the menu in any way.
> > Also, iirc, KDE used to have a program that would find .desktop files and
> > add them to the K menu. If it still exists, kubuntu doesn't put it onto
> > a menu. What program is it?
Which I have. I think this might all be kubuntu related - I think kubuntu is
(very annoyingly) suppressing all sorts of menus - which is why kappfinder
isn't there. I'll have to try on the kubuntu list.
- From: Derek Broughton <email@example.com>
- Re: Menus
- From: Kevin Krammer <firstname.lastname@example.org>