I think that if you read through the following info, you should be able to edit the LXDE menu to suit your taste ...
LXDE Wiki. "How to add entries to the menu
"How to add items to main menu of LXDE?
" 21 Aug. 2008
"How to Change LXDE main menu
." 2 June 2009.
There is also a utility called lxmed which sounds interesting. Although it is not in the F15 repositories, it is written in Java and it looks like it should not be too difficult to install.
----- Info on lxmed -----
LXMenuEditor by cile87
(A GUI tool for customizing your main menu under LXDE)
Help [FAQ] on the LXMenuEditor
HTH and Good luck.
Although I don't run the Fedora LXDE Spin, I have Salix 13.37 LXDE on my system, and I was able to successfully install lxmed on Salix and get it to run. The one problem I encountered was that the Java (jre) binary was not in my PATH environment, so I had to manually add it. (Previously, I was getting a "Command not found" error message). Once that was done, lxmed ran by issuing the command:
david[~]$ java -jar ~/lxmed/content/LXMenuEditor.jar
(I first extracted the lxmed tarball in my /home folder).
I'm not sure how this would work in Fedora, but thought I'd mention it in case you hit the same roadblock I did.
I just checked in my F15 Xfce installation; it appears that the Java binary is in the PATH environment by default (/usr/bin [Java is located at /usr/bin/java]). So the command given in the code block above works identically in F15 Xfce. >