sending apps to the right place in the (new) submenu
dobey.pwns at gmail.com
Wed Jan 14 11:12:54 PST 2009
This is handled through categories. Of course Rhythmbox doesn't play
multiple types of media yet afaik. It only does music. :)
If the categories in the .desktop file for the app, and the .menu file
match up, then the app shows up in that menu, unless the implementation
is doing something wrong/weird/different. If you read the menu spec, you
will see how the categories stuff works.
On Wed, 2009-01-14 at 16:23 +0100, schoappied wrote:
> I know it is possible to customize the menu in Gnome. But I am wondering
> if it is also possible to send applications to a specific place in the
> For example, I want to add an entry in the menu called 'multimedia
> players'. Is it possible to manage it so that apps like Rhythmbox,
> Listen etc. are placed in the new entry when they are installed?
> I know I can place them in the entry after installing the app. But my
> question is about doing this automatically.
> I hope I made this clear enough for you.
> Thanks in advance,
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