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Re: Good Bye FC5



On Thu, 2006-11-05 at 10:31 -0500, Les Mikesell wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-05-11 at 09:48, Karl Larsen wrote:
> > >     - The nautilus button-3 menu doesn't offer a terminal.  The
> > >       nautilus-open-terminal package adds one, but it's in the middle
> > >       of the menu where it's less convenient, and it always opens the
> > >       terminal on display :0.0, even when used from another display.
> > >   
> >     I solved that by accident Johnny, I slid the application control 
> > from the list to the top where it's always available. Took a minute.
> 
> In case people don't understand what you mean by that, you can
> simply drag things out of the gnome menus onto the desktop
> where they become double-click launchers or onto the quick-launch
> panel (by the firefox/evolution/OO icons) where they start with
> a single click.  I've usually done that with the terminal icon
> even on versions that had it on the right-click menu.
> 
> Now, does anyone know how to execute the gnome menu button
> remotely?  I normally connect to several different machines
> and would like to have access to their menus and be able to
> launch any available program without having to run the rest
> of the desktop remotely.
> 
Sounds like crazy talk to me. ;^}




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