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I upgraded my Mozilla and now RedHat's menu item doesn't point to the correct Mozilla. Is there a way to edit the menu items? when I try to just delete ...
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    RedHat menu items


    I upgraded my Mozilla and now RedHat's menu item doesn't point to the correct Mozilla. Is there a way to edit the menu items? when I try to just delete the bad item i get this;

    Error
    Could not remove the menu item applications:/Internet/redhat-web.desktop

    Details: Unsupported operation

    I have tried this as root, the redhat-web.desktop file is rw r r. Shouldn't root be able to change it? I change it in the Panel but I can't edit the menu.

    Thanks for any suggestions.

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    I dont think you can do it in the panel unless you make a new link. I just use the panel link and edit the command line.

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    hehehe... try kde instead. i encountered this same problem some time ago. couldn't do much about it. but maybe the new gnome versions support this already... ?
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    Thanks for the help. I thought I was missing something. I can get my Panel up to date and that's what I use 99% of the time.
    Thanks again

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