Gnome 3/Wine - Removing icons from the Applications section

I am currently running openSUSE 11.4 w/ Gnome 3. I wound up installing Adobe Digital Editions using Wine.

Got everything working, except I ended up installing it twice (once as root and once as myself.

Currently in my “Applications” I show 2 Adobe Digital Editions. I have ran wine uninstaller as both myself and as root, and the icons are still in the Applications window.

I am not sure who is to blame and what I should try to access to rm these icons.

Hi there,

If you want to remove items from the Gnome menu, you can simply open the shell, and search for “main menu”, I think by default it’s under Accessories, from here you can easily delete and uncheck items within all the subcategories. I myself, have blitzed my menu config so all of my programs are nice and organised.

Hope this helps :slight_smile:

Hey, thanks. I actually got my answer resolved, via exact same explanation in the IRC.

I prefer to try and use command line, for learning purposes. in which case you can remove the items from the ~/.local/share/applications and rm from there.

But thanks for the response and reminding me to mark this as resolved. If only I could delete my ignorance…