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snatale1
post Aug 23 2003, 03:43 PM
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Does anyone know how to add programs to the start menu in GNOME or KDE i've tried everything I can think of with no luck. I can add to desktop without a problem but for things I don't use much I'd rather them just be in the menus.
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post Aug 23 2003, 07:21 PM
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The easiest way in GNOME is to double-click on the desktop icon Start Here and then double-click on Applications.

That opens up Nautilus in the Applications section of the Menu.

You can add a launcher or new folder ... or navigate to the folder within applications that you want to add your menu items....

If you have deleted the Start Here icon, then just paste applications:/// into the Nautilus address bar.

You can get a Nautilus (a program similar to windows explorer) window by double clicking the Start Here desktop icon, the User's Home desktop icon, the Home folder Icon on the Menu, or type nautilus in a terminal window....
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