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    Default How to customize Gnome menu ?

    Hi there. I wonder if it is possible to customize the Gnome "main manu" (maybe "kick of menu" not sure I use the right term ) I would like to make it look organized like in Ubuntu 9.10. By default the menu there is positioned on the left top of the screen and nice organized in software groups. Can I make Gnome look like this in suse 11.1. Any help much appreciated, thanks.

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    Default Re: How to customize Gnome menu ?

    Quote Originally Posted by arcull
    Hi there. I wonder if it is possible to customize the Gnome "main manu"
    (maybe "kick of menu" not sure I use the right term ) I would like to
    make it look organized like in Ubuntu 9.10. By default the menu there is
    positioned on the left top of the screen and nice organized in software
    groups. Can I make Gnome look like this in suse 11.1. Any help much
    appreciated, thanks.
    Hi
    You just need to right-click on the panel and select 'Add to Panel'
    scroll down the list and select 'Traditional main menu', then you can
    right-click on the existing 'Main Menu' and delete it.

    If you wish to go back to the 'slab' menu, same thing except 'Main
    Menu' in the list.

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    Default Re: How to customize Gnome menu ?

    Thanks for reply malcolmlewis, I'll give it a try when I get home, will report back

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    Default Re: How to customize Gnome menu ?

    cool man, now it looks almost as wanted , many thanks

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