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LXDE customize main menu add SEARCH BOX like in KDE Kickoff or Windows 7/Vista

When you open the main menu in say MS Windows (7/Vista) you can quickly search for any item (apps/docs etc.) the same in Ubuntu (Dash), Kubuntu (Kickoff menu). Is there any easy way to add such a ...
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How to force bash to start at index 0 with select output?

Well, even some less-experienced bash users would know meanwhile about the fact that bash arrays would always start with index 0. However, select will always do its own thing, as the following example ...
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Get current user in desktop file (GNOME)

To run applications from gnome, users click on icons on their desktops or they select the applications which they want to run from a menu. I'm looking for a valid replacement pattern, to get the ...
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How does Menumaker select categories?

I am using Gentoo with Openbox and would like to switch which categories the mmaker (Menumaker) program puts programs into for my menu. But I am unsure of how/where Menumaker pulls this data from, and ...
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No window menus in freenx

I recently upgraded an openSUSE 11.3 install to 11.4 by downloading the DVD, burning it, & chosing the upgrade option upon booting to it. I used all the upgrade defaults. Upon coming back up, I ...
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Bind right click contect menu to key

I'm using a Latitude DELL notebook with XUbuntu which is working really well. But there's this one issue. The missing "context menu" key which is usually between CTRL and AltGR. I already found a way ...
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Remove icons in gnome application menu

How can you hide unwanted apps from the gnome app menu? I've installed alacarte/main menu, unticked the apps but they still appear. I've also checked in /usr/share/applications and viewed one the ...
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Linux Mint 17: Menu editors can't “move” Main Menu applications

Linux Mint 17.2 Rafaela 64-bit MATE 1.10.2 mintmenu 5.6.4 Menu editors cannot apply "move" to Mint Menu applications. Mozo menu editor (default menu editor, version 1.10.1-1+rafaela) Displays ...
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Problem with submenus

im trying todo a script with two menus, one with basic comands and the other passowrd protected with five more advanced commands but the script dont pass the first menu, i think that there is a loop ...
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I accidentally changed Linux Mint's advanced menu icon to something very large. Now I can't change it back

I just see large green and white stripes across the panel. I couldn't do anything on that menu, so had to restart my laptop, and before the panel could load, created a new one and delete the old one. ...
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Are there any global menus still being maintained for gnome?

I am looking for a global menu that has not stopped being maintained for gnome 3.18 arch. Do any exist?
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I lost some of my MenuBars in Cinnamon

I hope this post finds you well and you're having a nice holiday. Recently the MenuBar of multiple apps has disappeared Recently the MenuBar of multiple apps has disappeared and I have no idea how ...
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The first click on Linux Mint menu does not open it

I noticed that the first click on the menu after rebooting or turning my computer on does not open it, I must click again to actually show it. I use LMDE with MATE. I have followed the instructions I ...
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How can I create a menu entry for Backbox Tools in KDE Plasma 5

I've recently installed backbox-tools following the instructions here. Once done, I installed backbox-menu as well to implement the xfce menu. I see that the .desktop entries are created in: /usr/...
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Disabling mnemonics in the menu bar while keeping button mnemonics in GTK2

I would like to disable mnemonics in the menu bar because they interfere with keyboard shortcuts in some applications -- the terminal, for example -- but I would like to keep mnemonics for buttons in ...
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Grub: show menu with arbitrary key combination

I want to hide the grub menu at boot, and show it when a particular key combination is pressed. For example I want the grub menu to appear only when a+b+c keys are pressed. (I am using Debian 8) Now ...
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Menu not shown in GTK applications

The menu bar is hidden for all my GTK applications (LXTerminal, Leafpad, Thunar...). How can I show it? I have the issue with OpenBox, and with Gnome-shell.
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Change the size of a specific context menu entry?

Is there a way to change the size of one specific context menu entry of GTK+ applications? Preferably without requiring superuser privileges. Why? In some applications, I use one specific context ...
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Why do all applications go to the 'Others' App Folder in Gnome Shell 3.8?

I just upgraded my laptop to Fedora 19, which comes with Gnome Shell 3.8. Gnome shell 3.8 has got rid of the traditional Categories in favor of something called App Folders. I have been trying to ...
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Why don't all Mint 12 applications show up in my cairo-dock menu?

I'm running Mint12 with four monitors. Needless to say, the standard Gnome doesn't work well but it does when using Cairo-Dock instead of the default toolbars and menus. The problem is that my ...
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Lubuntu 15.10 right-click context menu editing

I'm on Lubuntu since a few days, and I assume my file manager is PCmanFM. I would like to edit the right-click context menu, but NOT the one that appears on the desktop but in a window... From what I ...
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Get the list of applications in the Gnome-menu command

Which command can I use in order to get the list of application names in the gnome-menu, linux?
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Add new category in Menu (Xfce)

I tried doing the following to add a new category named "Electronics" in Whisker Menu on Linux Mint 17.1 with Xfce 4.10.1: I added this text to ~/.config/menus/xfce-applications.menu just after rest ...