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Adding or changing context menu entries in KDE desktop

asked 2019-03-14 13:13:54 -0500

sonem gravatar image

Hi, everyone. I have a little problem that nobody seems to know what to do with. It seems that in Fedora specifically, KDE has "Konsole" baked into it's desktop menu. So the problem is, I don't really use Konsole, in fact, it's not even installed on my system. I prefer Tilix or st, so for me this button literally does nothing. And I would very much like having a terminal that I use in this menu. But it seems that I can't find a way to add/remove from this menu. Can you guys help me? I am just unable to find the right .desktop file?

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In the past, this part was hardcoded, but that was a long time ago, and a developer in 2008 told that it should be able to read settings from a config file in future builds.

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answered 2019-03-17 10:49:15 -0500

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Right click on the Menu Tray Icon. Choose alternatives to change the menu type. Choose the application menu. On the icon for the Menu item right click and add to favorites. Right click on the favorites for Konsole icon and remove from favorites. Just a suggestion on changing menu time and altering menu type. This is what I do to alter the menu.

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This is a right-button menu, it doesn't really have alternatives like Application Launcher.

sonem gravatar imagesonem ( 2019-03-18 01:51:25 -0500 )edit

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