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Re: WindowMaker Menu

on Sat, Nov 30, 2002 at 12:43:14AM +0100, Oliver Fuchs (oliverfuchs1@gmx.de) wrote:
> On Fri, 29 Nov 2002, f.holler@scientec.demon.co.uk wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > 
> > I installed OpenOffice on my desktop. I downloaded the tarball, I
> > didn't use the apt-getable package (I tried, it didn't work...).
> > 
> > After I installed it, my menu in WindowMaker doesn't include
> > OpenOffice in the submenu Apps (eventhough I apt-getted install menu).
> > So I tried to add it with Wmakerconf. Then it gives me 3 choices :
> > Start with empty menu, Convert current menu, and Use predefined menu.
> > I tried the 3 of them, but it seems it would crash my current menu,
> > which I don't want.
> After you have started Wmakerconf point your mouse to the menu and the
> right mouse bottom lets you "Insert Debian Menu" or "Insert KDE menu".
> I added both of them and they hold most of the programs that are
> installed in the menu.
> Maybe you are lucky.

I've also posted my WMRootMenu to this list, others have posted modified
versions as well.  Search archives.


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