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    mrjohnston NNTP User

    Default Menu Structure Tool?

    Hello,

    I am dabbling in SUSE now (Gnome DE), but I am driven crazy by the menu structure (I trashed the SLED menu and went to the old gnome menu applet already). I hate that it has something like

    Network
    -> Web Browser
    ->-> Firefox

    Instead of just
    Network
    -> Firefox et al

    I know Mandrake does this KDE way of structuring things and has a tool to change it back to normal for gnome. Is there such a thing for SUSE? I don't want to have to go in and manually change everything.

    Thanks.
    And aside from the menu issue the distro seems really nice. Very polished. My only other frustration is it has a lot more clicking for most tasks (one-click install needed 5 clicks) and many programs like package install are very segmented (one for update, one for install, one for repos etc.).

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    Default Re: Menu Structure Tool?

    Quote Originally Posted by mrjohnston View Post
    Hello,

    I am dabbling in SUSE now (Gnome DE), but I am driven crazy by the menu structure (I trashed the SLED menu and went to the old gnome menu applet already). I hate that it has something like

    Network
    -> Web Browser
    ->-> Firefox

    Instead of just
    Network
    -> Firefox et al

    I know Mandrake does this KDE way of structuring things and has a tool to change it back to normal for gnome. Is there such a thing for SUSE? I don't want to have to go in and manually change everything.

    Thanks.
    And aside from the menu issue the distro seems really nice. Very polished. My only other frustration is it has a lot more clicking for most tasks (one-click install needed 5 clicks) and many programs like package install are very segmented (one for update, one for install, one for repos etc.).
    Don't know Gnome, in KDE:

    You can add an application to desktop or panel
    and/or
    right click starter & select menu editor & make it any way you want
    Desktop Asus X-99 Viper. uefi & secure Boot, Win10, Leap 15.1; Laptop: ASUS GL752VW Optimus, uefi+Secure Boot, Win10, Leap 15.1 & T-weed and IMac

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