Debian menu in the KDE launcher



Hello All!

When I invoke the editor for the launcher menu, the Debian sub-menu
is missing. Furthermore, if I add an entry for one of my own programs,
although the menu editor appears to insert it into the place I want
it in, after saving the file and exiting, I find that the entry is not
in the menu when I press the launcher button.

Anybody else had similar experiences? And what can be done about it?

Regards
--
Sian Mountbatten
Algol 68 specialist


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