Please help me, im new to android, lot of my applications such as dropbox, clock, calculator, internet browser did not show in apps menu. so i have to use sfinder to search for it and launch it. any idea on how to create the shortcut menu for the apps?
I've just installed suse 11.2 with gnome. Now I need to modify entries in the applications menu, mainly so blender starts in windowed mode. Right click on applications will let you hide an entry, not modify it. Right clicking on the suse computer menu won't even allow that.:( If I could find the file(s) which hold the actual data I could modify as required, but where are they?
In other distros (using gnome, xfce, etc), when a program is installed it is typically added automatically to the menu in an appropriate category. I know there are programs that will generate this menu for openbox, but is there say a pipe-menu that can do this automatically on the fly?