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Re: Desktop Specification 0.9.4



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On Wednesday 09 July 2003 14:39, Koblinger Egmont wrote:
> - What's the difference between NoDisplay and Hidden?

NoDisplay=true means that the entry is valid but not shown in a menu. In KDE 
this means among others that you could still enter the name in the 
mini-command line dialog to start the application.

Hidden=true means that the entry is invalidated. The system pretends that it 
has never seen the entry at all. This is useful if an entry is defined at 
system-level (/usr/share/...) and you want to get rid of it at user-level 
($HOME/.local/....)

Cheers,
Waldo
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bastian kde org -=|[ SuSE, The Linux Desktop Experts ]|=- bastian suse com
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