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    Default [gnome menu] how to customise 'Computer' menu

    Hi, all
    how can I customise menu?



    In favorite apps section?
    change for example firefox to seamonkey or google-chrome?
    audio player change from banshee to amarok?
    add some new pan?

    thank you in advise

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    Default Re: [gnome menu] how to customise 'Computer' menu

    Quote Originally Posted by didencool
    Hi, all
    how can I customise menu?



    In favorite apps section?
    change for example firefox to seamonkey or google-chrome?
    audio player change from banshee to amarok?
    add some new pan?

    thank you in advise
    Hi
    If you add the applications to favorites by right-click and the add,
    then if you right-click on for example firefox you can remove it. You
    should also look at the Control Center -> Preferred Applications and
    change as required.

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    Default Re: [gnome menu] how to customise 'Computer' menu

    @Tue, 30 Jun 2009 16:26:57 +0000, Malcolm write:

    >
    Quote Originally Posted by didencool
    Hi, all
    > how can I customise menu?
    >
    >
    >
    > In favorite apps section?
    > change for example firefox to seamonkey or google-chrome? audio player
    > change from banshee to amarok? add some new pan?
    >
    > thank you in advise
    >
    >
    > Hi
    > If you add the applications to favorites by right-click and the add,
    > then if you right-click on for example firefox you can remove it. You
    > should also look at the Control Center -> Preferred Applications and
    > change as required.


    thank you malcolm this helps

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