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Re: Non-kde app launcher in KDE4 F9?





Claude Jones-5 wrote:
> 
> 
> Unless I'm missing something, what you seek to do is trivial. Right-click
> on 
> the application menu button on the left of the panel; select 'Menu Editor'
> and 
> off you go. It will lead you into the classic menu display where you can
> pick a 
> folder to add your app to and by clicking on the folder in which you want
> to 
> add your app, and clicking on the 'New Item' button on the toolbar, you
> will 
> open a window that will allow you to add all the relevant information to
> add 
> your app to the menu (hint: clicking on the icon for your new app in the 
> configuration window will open a second window where you can choose an
> icon for 
> your app, or browse to a folder where it's located
> 
> Is that what you were seeking?
> 
> 

I am away from my f9 machine at present - but I will try this in the next
day or so. Your info does relate to KDE4 in the kickoff menu, not KDE3.35 I
presume? If this will give the ability to add a link to a script to run then
this is what I need or a link to any third part application, or code that I
have compiled or untarred to an area such as /opt/***** 
If this will indeed create a new menu item in kickoff then getting an icon
from there into the panel is easy.

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