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    SuSE 10.0 Gnome menu editor ???


    I recently install suse 10 (previously on Mandriva). How do I edit the gnome application menu? Mandriva has a nice little tool for that.

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    Maybe I should rephase my question. When I install an app like Abode acroread how do I add that to the Gnome menu? How do a I move items within the menu.

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    The gnome menu on SUSE 10.0 has a "right click" edit menus option, however all you can do there is remove a tick mark to stop something being shown.

    The menu edit tool on Mandriva was very easy and powerful, I'm surprise SuSE is so poor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grahams1
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    The gnome menu on SUSE 10.0 has a "right click" edit menus option, however all you can do there is remove a tick mark to stop something being shown.

    The menu edit tool on Mandriva was very easy and powerful, I'm surprise SuSE is so poor.
    In defense of SuSE, it's not a Gnome distro. All their polish goes into making KDE work. If you want a more polished Gnome distro I would look at Ubuntu or Fedora.
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