[kde-linux] Have lost the launch button on KDE4

Anne Wilson cannewilson at googlemail.com
Sun Sep 6 13:28:36 UTC 2009

On Sunday 06 September 2009 14:11:26 AG wrote:
> Sorry - should have been clearer in my request.  What is the widget
> called that one gets when one first launches KDE4 so that I know what to
> drag to the panel.  It isn't the "K-menu", but the one that, from
> memory, allows one to access different tasks, recent files, etc., in a
> series of slides (a bit like the default WindowsXP menu).

It's called kickoff - but in the widget list it is, as James said, called 
Application Launcher (Launcher to start applications).  In fact there are two, 
the other being Application Launcher (Traditional....)

I also recommend that you take a look at Lancelot - similar to kickoff, but 
IMO superior.  Again, it's an Add Widgets task.

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