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    how to remove icons form main menu while the remove item is grayed out (whoami = root

    how to remove icons form main menu while the remove item is grayed out (whoami = root)?
    Windows doesn't just crash - it opens a dialog box and lets you press OK first. Powered by RedHat since I know my self ;) Fedora 12 #379190

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    go to /usr/share/applications and add or modify the files open a file with more to see the format
    where the icon is stored is based on a keyword grouping entry in the file

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    I managed to remove some that way but not all - some just don't appear to be in that folder or some other reason but what bothers me more is that on RH9 remove item is usable and FC3 not????
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    For Gnome there also are generally the ///applications function of nautilus as well as editable files in /etc that allow for changing these menus but from reading redhat's support posts on their site this has been intentionally disabled

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    Also /usr/share/control-center-2.0/capplets/

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