Re: novice question
- From: Lorin Pino <ljpino@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 21:39:00 -0600
Lorin Pino wrote:
James R. Jones wrote:make that 14 results. I was temporarily illiterate.
Hello,If you are using Ubuntu (Gnome), you might consider using drawer applets
I have a novice question, I trying to edit the accessories menu under
applications on the desktop. I want to accomplish the following:
create a sub folder under accessories called comm prgs
create separate rdesktop entries for each of my windows servers
create an entry for terminal
create an entry for xterm
I cannot create a sub folder under accessories, it should be simple but
I am missing something. Could someone point me to the docs or website
that illustrates how to do this. I have look at the docs but I do not
see a way of doing this and all my attempts have failed.
on the toolbar instead of adding things to your main menu. The whole
purpose of drawers is to be able to make specialized menus and group
things together. You can put customized commands in there just as with
an icon on the tool bar.
On a search for alacarte, there were 2268 pages worth of results. You
may find something there as you fine tune your search?
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