Many Yast menu entires in xfce

When I first installed xfce the settings section in the xfce menu was simple and only had a few entries (Settings, Yast2, and Software Management). I later decided to use KDE, and uninstalled xfce, but installed xfce again, and now the menu has every single yast module listed. I seem to have all of the openSUSE branding for xfce installed… So I am not quite sure what to do. Does anyone know how I could repair the menu or where its settings are? This also happens on a fresh user account (just tested). Here is what the menu looks like:

On 2012-11-25 12:06, nightwishfan wrote:

> I later decided to use KDE, and uninstalled xfce, but

I wonder why you removed it… I have all desktops installed in the same

Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 11.4 x86_64 “Celadon” (Minas Tirith))

Yeah that is no problem but I try to avoid clutter when possible. I wonder why the menu is different after a reinstall. I might look again to see if I am missing any packages. :frowning:

Looks like there is a mixture of upstream branding.
You can just edit the entries and remove those you don’t want.

I think I finally sorted this. I installed libgarcon-branding-openSUSE and it seems to have fixed.