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    Default How do you edit applications in the "Application Browser"

    I am running SUSE 11.0 (Gnome session).

    When you click on "Computer", then "More Applications" you open the "Application Browser". I want to edit this menu as I have installed an application from a tar.gz file and I don't have a "application icon" in the "Application Browser"

    I also have some applications that are in the wrong group. (for example move an application from "Office" to "System")
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    Default Re: How do you edit applications in the "Application Browser

    Hi,

    You can edit whatever menu by right-clicking on the 'Applications' icon. You will see a pop-up menu with an option named 'Edit Menus'

    Select that, and you will be displayed a three panel window:

    -the left one is the menu navigator: you use it to select the menu/submenu you want to edit.

    -the one in the center is where the objects corresponding to current selection are displayed. Those are the elements susceptible of being changed.

    -the right one groups a set of buttons representing the actions you are allowed do on the selected objects in the other panels.

    Hope this helps.

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    alfille NNTP User

    Default Re: How do you edit applications in the "Application Browser

    I can't find a way to follow your advice.

    The only "Applications" locations are the Computer->Application tab, the "More Applications", and under Application Browser, The Subheading "Applications". None respond to a right click.

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