Re: The infamous menu-editing (zero flame content)

Yeah i think it's pretty crack that users can remove items from the
applications menu (except for root of course which should probably be
globally applied). 


On Sun, 2002-06-02 at 11:55, Ross Burton wrote:
> Hi,
> I have one simple question -- as far as I can tell the default
> application.vfolder-info does not have a tag for user data
> (<UserMergeDir> IIRC), however if the user starts to edit the
> applications:/// folder in Nautilus a new vfolder is created and stored
> in ~/.gnome2/vfolders/ which does contain <UserMergeDir>.
> Why doesn't the default applications:/// vfolder rule contain this line?
> That was to add user applications all the user has to do is drop
> .desktop files into ~/.gnome2/apps, instead of using the broken Nautilus
> mode and loosing any updates to system vfolder rules...
> Obviously, it may be a bit late for this to be implemented... :)
> Regards,
> Ross
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