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Hi, I upgraded my version of bluefish to the new .12, I installed from rpm using the -U option for upgrade. It works fine, but I cannot open it from ...
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    Adding entries to kde menu


    Hi, I upgraded my version of bluefish to the new .12, I installed from rpm using the -U option for upgrade.

    It works fine, but I cannot open it from the menu(the kde version of windows start menu)

    Actually, its not that I cant open it from the menu, its just not there anymore.

    Does anyone know how to add applications to it?

    Thanks, Mike.

    P.s. Im using suse 9.0

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    if you right click on the "K" icon, and choose "Menu Editor" you can edit the menu entries there. There is a button in the top left to add a new item.

    Jason

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    In my case it is not a K, but it did the trick, thanks a lot.

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    ey, how did you upgrade it? RPM or compile? i'd like to know where you got your latest versions ( or higher than 0.50 ) of aspell & aspell-en, if you did it by RPM. my bluefish crashes when spellcheck is used, because my version of aspell is 0.33 something. i don't use spellcheck, though i did try that function, but i don't want this application crashing.

    i installed by compile, by the way, that's why i didn't need aspell for dependencies.
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    last i checked aspell only went up to version .4 or .5, then it changed name to libaspell. which goes up to v 1.1 or something. and it works as a dependancy for anytyhing requirign aspell.

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    ain't libaspell an output of aspell? so are gtkspell, gnome-spell and libpsell related to aspell/libaspell?
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