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Old 27th January 2008, 11:25 AM
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Alternative Gnome Menus.

Linux Mint, OpenSuSE, and a few other distributions have customized Gnome-Menu that I think is better than the default Menu, but these distributions other than their menus rub me the wrong way. My question is this: Can we install an alternative to gnome-menu for use as this current one just isn't cutting it for me anymore. Anyone have any success?
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Old 27th January 2008, 11:30 AM
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Look in the repos for Gimmie


Use third-party RPMs for other Gnome menus (SLED's SLAB menu, etc) at your own risk and be prepared to reinstall Fedora Been there, done that and the t-shirt shrank in the wash

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