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Hello, I have Centos 5.8 installed in a Virtual box. I want to edit the menu which appears when the right button of the mouse is clicked on the desktop. ...
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    Edit right mouse click menu


    Hello,

    I have Centos 5.8 installed in a Virtual box. I want to edit the menu which appears when the right button of the mouse is clicked on the desktop.

    I found this procedure for gnome "window manager":

    Place any script, link or binary (must be executable) in the folder

    /homedir/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts


    example:

    ln -s /usr/bin/konsole /home/user/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts


    And a new menu option "scripts" appear on right mouse click, and there you find your konsole link



    But for KDE could not find anything in the Internet.

    If some body can help, it will be great!

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    Control Center -> Desktop -> Behavior -> General -> Mouse Button Actions

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