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Re: Does a File Drawer for KDE exist ?



I just add a sub-menu using the menu editor. Then just add it to the
panel by right clicking the panel and using the button option.  Also,
you may find the Gnome, "Quick Lounge" applet, which appears to work on
the KDE panel, interesting.  You can find it at gnome.org.  

Norm

On Wed, 2002-12-04 at 13:36, Mel Seder wrote:
> I'm using the KDE environment now.  I was using GNOME but after todays
> up2date I noticed that KDE was snappier than GNOME so I went back to my
> old friend,  KDE.
> 
> I liked using the file drawer for apps that I use and didn't want to
> clutter my panel.  I clicked on the drawer and apps like an editor, 
> services,  dictionary and a couple others we readily accessible.
> 
> I'd like a handy spot to put those apps in KDE.
> 
> Any ideas?
> 
> 
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> 
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