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    Default Kmenu Missing Apps

    I recently took GNOME for a spin; mostly because I hadn't used it in a while, and I wanted to try out a few of the "Mac-ifying" recipes that seem to work best on GNOME. But before long, I was ready to come back to good old KDE 4.1.3 . I uninstalled all the GNOME-specific stuff I had added, and returned to KDE, but now several of my KDE apps are missing from the menu (Okular, K3B, and a few others). They're installed, and I can run them from the the command line, but they're nowhere in the menu. Is their a KDE equivalent of fluxbox-generate-menu? I suppose I could just add the missing apps, except that I don't know for certain if those are the only ones, they're just the ones I noticed missing.

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    Default Re: Kmenu Missing Apps

    Just use menu edit and add them.
    You will find anything else that's missing soon enough.

    Just a thought. Use the search filter first just to make sure it's not there (somewhere)
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    Default Re: Kmenu Missing Apps

    Yes, I used the search bar (actually that's all I use. I rarely walk the menus anymore).

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