How to customize the menu which appears using the rmb (right mouse button) on the KDE Desktop??
kevin.krammer at gmx.at
Mon Mar 3 20:15:32 GMT 2003
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On Montag, 3. März 2003 12:29, Manfred Enne wrote:
> Description of my problem (I am using KDE 2.2.1):
> If I use the rmb on the Desktop normally the Desktop Menu appears. At
> this menu an option is 'Configure Desktop' (this option can also be
> reached by => control center => look&feel => Desktop. At the appearing
> window it can be selected which kind of action shall be started when
> clicking the rmb at the Desktop. There is an option to select 'Custom
> Menu'. But I could not find out how to link to a 'Custom Menu'.
> My question is, how to define/select this customized menu? Where do I
> have to creat this menu so that it can be selected? What I would like
> to do is to creat a menu from which I could start a set of (customized)
> applications (KDE and non-KDEapplications).
The custom menues on m system are in /usr/share/config and are called
kdesktop_custom_menu1 and kdesktop_custom_menu2
I think you just copy one or both to .kde/share/config and edit them
The values of the Item entries are names of .desktop files if I am not
Under KDE3.1 you can edit the menu right from the settinsg dialog.
Kevin Krammer <kevin.krammer at gmx.at>
Developer at the Kmud Project http://www.kmud.de/
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