Re: Adding installed packages to menu
On Tue, 3 Mar 2009, Lisi Reisz wrote:
On Tuesday 03 March 2009 15:49:02 Daniel Burrows wrote:
it looks like in Gnome, I can right-click on Applications
and pick "Edit Menus", and choose whether or not various menu items
In KDE, I just run kappfinder. Then tick (check) the things that I want added
to the menu, and click apply. Much quicker often than going thro' a dialogue
for every individual program. But of course, YMMV - and almost certainly
does. I do love the way that Linux normally lets _you_ choose what you want,
not the "owner" of the software. :-)
As it happens, I do have kappfinder.
Whilst the kappfinder window does not include anything like a "Help
-> About" facility, for finding the version number, searching for
kappfinder in Synaptic, shows (from the Properties -> Common tab) that
the version number is 4:3.5.5a.dfsg.1-6etch2.
Unfortunately, I cannot use Copy and Paste, to copy information from the
Properties -> Common facility in Synaptic.
I tried kappfinder, but, unfortunately, it did not find the application.
Perhaps, it is due to the categorizing of the games, within the KDE
applications menu, and it was not sure which subcategory of Games, was
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