In Xubuntu 12.10's Main Menu editor (alacarte 3.5.5-0ubuntu1.1) I don't get any drag and drop, and thus cannot move or copy menu items with the mouse.
Isn't this supposed to work?
I'm trying Fedora for the first time (well i had a peep a while back). I like this version of the desktop but one thing i can't find is a menu editor. In xubuntu it was called Main Menu in Settings... i think it was the app Alacarte.
I've removed Mutt and will replace it with Alpine. But Mutt has left it's icon in the menu.
I am having problems moving items around in alacarte using drag/drop. I can create menus and submenus. I can add application items. But moving items from one menu to another just isnt working. The item highlights when selected with the mouse but it will not drag anywhere.
'Alacarte' is filled with bugs and things which simply do not work. Try simply moving a menu item up or down and watch it disappear. Try finding a menu item in alacarte when it appears in the menu within a certain sub-menu and either does not appear in alacarte at all or appears beneath a different submenu. That's only the tip of the iceberg.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/alacarte", line 37, in <module>
File "/usr/bin/alacarte", line 33, in main
app = MainWindow(datadir, version)
File "/usr/share/alacarte/Alacarte/MainWindow.py", line 43, in __init__
self.editor = MenuEditor()
File "/usr/share/alacarte/Alacarte/MenuEditor.py", line 31
After picasa/wine installation, I have wine as the top entry in my main menu.
I want to move it to another place in the menu, but it does not show up in settings->main menu (alacarte).
Googling returns mostly posts of people who uninstalled wine but still had the menu entry. I want to keep wine and the menu entry, but would just like to move it to the accessories-category if possible.