Re: My Little Wish List for Gnome

On Wed, Jan 13, 1999 at 10:22:40AM +0000, Kenneth MacDonald wrote:
> The Debian menu system allows the user to place "empty" menu files
> which can nullify the system entries, thus removing them from the menu
> that's built for her.
> In the Windows95/Netware environment I manage, we only give filescan
> and read permission to the .lnk (menu shortcuts) files to groups of
> individuals.  That way they don't get entries in their Start Menu we
> don't want them to.  Very handy.  I wonder if the panel ignores menu
> entries it can see, but not read?

of course ... how could it not ignore them :) ... if it can't read it
... it ignores it


George Lebl <>
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