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    Hi everybody,
    I have installed Azureus Vuze in my OpenSuSe 11.1.
    The vuze installer is just a folder with the files needed to run it.

    It executes ok but I just can run it from the command line and I havent find the icon to launch it. I have searched in the applications windows but it is not there. I guess I have to add it my self but dont know how to.

    Any suggestion

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    Default Re: How to add icon to Applications window

    If you install the one click Vuze package it should populate that menu shortcut for you.
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    Default Re: How to add icon to Applications window

    Right click edit menu/menu editor

    navigate to where you want Vuze to be:
    Then from the top add new item

    In the follow

    Name: Vuze
    Description:
    Comment:
    Command: vuze.sh

    you can add the working path if you like, but it's not usually needed.

    Click the icon square near the Name: and Description:
    And you can find the Vuze icon in there - Click the 'other icons' radio button and its lower down the list

    OK

    Then save from the top menu section of the editor
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    Default Re: How to add icon to Applications window

    What was the file type you used to install?

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