OpenSUSE :: Wine Menu In GNOME Disappeared?

Jul 25, 2011

I installed Wine and several menu entries were created in my GNOME applications menu. However, when I went to change the menu items later, (Through [Edit Menus]), the Wine Menu folder was replaced with the 'Other' folder, and the layout of the Wine Menu was destroyed.

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Debian Multimedia :: Gnome Theme Menu Arrows Have Randomly Disappeared

Jun 25, 2011

I'm running Debian Squeeze, and I have a gnome theme called "Moomex" installed. I have had it for a while and it has worked fine, until it suddenly stopped displaying menu scroll arrows (like for long bookmark menus in web browsers). I can still scroll, but in place of the arrows is a solid colored rectangle that clashes with my theme. I went searching and found my theme's arrow image files (see code below). I have no idea how these files are implemented into the theme display, so I don't know how to re-enable them. I tried reinstalling the theme, but it changed nothing. These arrows show up just fine in any other stock theme, and they were fine in this one too until they randomly disappeared.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Dvd Reset - Update Wouldn't Work - MSwindows In The Grub Boot Menu Disappeared

May 28, 2010

I have a dual boot system: windows xp and suse(10.2). I had to reinstall windows(again). When I tried to use the installer, it kept reseting my partitions to 500gb+ to linux. Nothing I tried would let me put it to the way it was(50gb to linux). Repair install failed. Update wouldn't work. MSwindows in the grub boot menu disappeared. I tried reinstalling suse. The installer blocked any attempt by me to put the partitions back to normal. How do reset the windows and linux partitions(850gb windows, 50gb to suse linux)?

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Ubuntu :: Deleting An Applet From The Top Menu Bar And The Entire Menu Bar Disappeared?

Aug 5, 2010

I've been using Ubuntu for about 5 years now. I just installed it on one of my neighbors computers.I tried deleting an applet from the top menu bar and the entire menu bar disappeared. I click on the add new menu bar and it just throws something up on the side. I'm using 10.04. I never had this problem before.

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OpenSUSE :: Wine - Remove Menu Entries After Uninstalling Programs?

May 26, 2011

The only MS program I need on my computer is Word 2007 for the equation editor to write/edit files from work. So after installing Wine I installed MSOffice2007. Excel worked OK (although I don't need it - I am perfectly happy with the Libre Office spreadsheet). Word however froze each time so I tried to uninstall and reinstall it. However I always got an error message when trying to uninstall with Wine. So I followed the advice of some strands in this forum and deleted the Program Files folder from the ~.wine directory. However the menus are still in Wine/Programs/Microsoft Office even though they lead to nowhere. I tried to reinstall but still I nothing happened. I presume the old entries still lead to the position where previously the .exe files were located. Now my question is either how can I remove these menu entries and try installing again - or even better - is there a Linux programme that can read/edit the equations written in Word 2007?

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Ubuntu :: Menu's Disappeared \ Menu Buttons Are All Gone?

May 21, 2010

My menu buttons are all gone. They've been replaced by a single button with everything in 1 menu and the button icon is a white box with a red cross?

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General :: WINE GNOME Menus Won't Show Up After Re-install Of WINE?

Dec 18, 2009

Lot of questions about WINE... When I'm done I'm going to make a HOWTO so that others can do what I did It's hard work, but I'm nearly done.The last problem I'm having is the WINE menu on GNOME won't show up after a install of WINE from a .deb package (it usually does). This was after I compiled WINE from source and removed it with "make uninstall" and "rm -rf /.wine".So now I installed the WINE from a deb package and the Wine menu entry is not showing up.I've tried re-installing Wine and rebooting my PC but nothing seems to work.

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OpenSUSE :: Configure The GNOME Slab Menu?

Nov 12, 2010

When I right-click on the Slab menu of GNOME no configuring option appears. Neither when I open this menu left-clicking.

how to configure this Slab? For example to add/remove submenus or parts of it, view which application/folder its shortcuts point to, ...

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OpenSUSE :: Gnome Main Menu Quits Unexpectedly?

Mar 17, 2010

Since the latest update the gnome main menu quits unexpectedly whenever I try to select any funtion e.g. shutdown. In addition the network manager does not show up and does not configure the network (wireless). This behavior is since the latest update last week. Has anybody seen this as well? How can I revert to the previous state?

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OpenSUSE :: How To Remove Directory From Gnome Locations Menu

Oct 4, 2010

For no known reason there are a few subdirectories added to my Gnome - Locations - menu.
Both the traditional panel menu and the new - computer - menu
In the - computer - menu there is a option to remove items but this does not work.
Is there any way to remove those subdirectories from the menu list. Or/and where can I find that list to edit this manually. (Menueditor alacarte does not edit locations and system). (Suse 11.1)

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OpenSUSE :: Gnome - Installing Kind Of Desktop Menu?

Oct 29, 2010

It is possible to install this kind of menu on suse? I watched several movies on yt and it seems to be nice usability improvement comparing to standard OS menu - clean,simple, accessible.

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OpenSUSE :: Icon Is Missing In Context Menu (11.4 With GNome)

Mar 11, 2011

I switched from 11.2 to 11.4 yesterday. I noticed that the Appearance dialog has only three tabs instead of four tabs. The last tab "Interfaces" does not exist, in where I can select "Show Icon in Context Menu". But I do not know, how to show icons in context menu.

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OpenSUSE :: Applications Launched From Gnome Menu Are Not Always Visible

Mar 26, 2011

I have a clean install of openSUSE 11.4 64 bit using gnome as the desktop manager. When selecting applications from the gnome menu, randomly the application will appear to not launch. However, if I click anywhere in left, upper portion of my desktop it becomes obvious that the application has launched and is not visible. For example, yast will not appear but clicking in that portion of my desktop causes various windows to appear that correspond to the different options in the yast home screen.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Gnome Menu Editing In Suse 11.2?

Dec 4, 2009

I've just installed suse 11.2 with gnome. Now I need to modify entries in the applications menu, mainly so blender starts in windowed mode. Right click on applications will let you hide an entry, not modify it. Right clicking on the suse computer menu won't even allow that. If I could find the file(s) which hold the actual data I could modify as required, but where are they?

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Fedora :: 12. All Menu Icons Disappeared?

Nov 20, 2009

Today I installed a fresh copy of F12 and I noticed that I have no icons in any menu of any application - Desktop, Nautilus, Firefox, Pidgin, OpenOffice - nowhere.I only have them in the Main Gnome Menu and that's it.Does any body know what can cause this problem and how to fix it?BTW,I've been using Fedora starting from F6 and I can claim that F12 is indeed one of the most awful release that I've seen I used to successfully upgrade to each next major release up to F11, but F12 made me completely reinstall my OS, cause there were tones of bugs after the upgrade including not working WiFi

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Ubuntu :: Menu Bar Disappeared / Get That Back?

Jul 17, 2010

When I came back from a business trip I found that my kid did something to the computer with Xubuntu 9.10 and the menu bar on the top of the screen disappeared and I was not able to get it back...

Do you have any idea I could put it back?

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Ubuntu :: Games Disappeared From App Menu / Where They Go?

Nov 23, 2010

I'm running Ubuntu 10.4 LTS and all of a sudden the games disappeared from the Applications menu. I use Mahjongg and FreeCell to unwind and basically to waste time.

Anyone have an idea how I might recover them?

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Ubuntu :: Menu Bar In Korganizer Disappeared?

Dec 5, 2010

The menu bar in korganizer disappeared for me. How does a person restore the menu bar in korganizer so it is visible again?

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Ubuntu :: Shutdown Menu's Up The Top Right Disappeared

Dec 15, 2010

I think this occurred after I used Update Manager, but the shutdown menu up the top right has disappeared! In its place is my name (like a repeat from the chat menu). I know I can restart with: sudo shutdown -r now But why has this error occurred?

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Ubuntu :: Disappeared From Boot Menu?

Dec 29, 2010

I have been running a dual boot 9.04/xp setup without major problems for nearly a year now.(just an unresolved kyocera printer problem)

I have had issues with windows and recently needed to reinstall windows. To do this I created a slipstreamed SP3 disk. I switched to boot priority to CD and ran a repair install from there, trouble was this gave me two installs of windows at the boot menu but ubuntu disappeared from the menu at this point.

I successfully ran the repair install again from the original windows install.

I then deleted the second windows installation.

Now it boots straight to windows without the boot menu at all.

The ubuntu partition is still there however.

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Ubuntu :: Pop-menu Icons Disappeared?

Apr 18, 2011

When I right-click somewhere and the pop-menu shows up with options like 'copy', 'paste' and so on it wasn't supposed to be icons in front of these items?Actually, a lot of applications like Firefox aren't showing icons on their menus

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OpenSUSE :: Change Icon For Main Menu Item (GNOME)?

Feb 3, 2010

I downloaded Eclipse and am trying to create a launcher for it in the main menu. I finally figured out that a .desktop file needed to be made in /usr/share/applications, but I can't get the icon to show up. For the "Icon" field in the .desktop file,tried giving an absolute path to an icon in my home folder, and I also tried putting the icon in all the folders under /usr/share/icons and just putting "eclipse" (the icon file name) as the valueI had copied this last from some of the existing .desktop files that worked, but still had no luck. Does anyone know how to do this?

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OpenSUSE :: Invoking The Gnome Start Menu From The Command Line?

Jun 28, 2010

I'm wanting to be able to run the Open Suse start menu from the command line.king remotely, I have found that I have faster response time by only running specific X components instead of an entire desktop (particularly useful under Windows 7 Cygwin). Specifically, I'd like to invoke the start menu from a ssh command line.On Linux Mint,line command is:mintmenuWhat is the equivalent command to bring up the Slab Start Menu on Open Suse?

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OpenSUSE :: Change GNOME Menu Back To Classic View?

Nov 11, 2010

I am wondering how you can change the view of the classic GNOME menu (Applications | Places | System) in 11.3 to the "classic" view (like in Fedora)? The Applications menu has to much sub-menus. I prefer it flat. The nautilus bookmarks are not directly accessible in Places either, which is not really comfortable.

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OpenSUSE :: Gnome - Create Custom Menu To Open Pdf Files?

Apr 28, 2011

I've moved from WinXP. How can I create custom menu like this to open pdf files?

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OpenSUSE :: Find Gnome Main Menus Especially The Mint Menu?

Jun 12, 2011

what are the main menus available in gnome and where can i find them. I am a fan of openSUSE but i dislike its menu coz it doesnot have more applications displayed within the menu(opens a new window instead) So can nyone tell me where can i find gnome main menus especially the mint menu?

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Ubuntu :: Menu Bar And Task Bar Have Disappeared - Get Back?

Jan 29, 2011

I was recently having problems with Me TV, and I had to kill it in a terminal window. When I killed it, it didn't release the DVB-T stick and when I launched Kaffeine, it told me that there was no device available. I re-booted rather than trying to figure out where the lock file was or whatever the problem might have been. Now, when I boot into my desktop, I am missing the menu bar and the task bar. Also, under Applications -> Settings -> XFCE Settings Manager, the Panel icon doesn't launch any settings dialog when clicked. How can I get my menu bar and task bar back?

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Debian :: WinXP Disappeared From GRUB Menu?

Mar 12, 2011

I have WinXP, Ubuntu 10.04 and Debian 6.0 installed on my Desktop.

After installing my latest distro, Debian 6.0 WinXP disappeared from my GRUB menu!

Relevant details are:

root@debian-peter:~# fdisk -l Code: Disk /dev/sda: 1000.2 GB, 1000204886016 bytes
255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 121601 cylinders
Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes
Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes

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Debian :: GRUB Menu Disappeared After Booting Windows 8.1

May 17, 2015

Recently I installed Debuan "jessie". I previously had Windows 8.1 and Xubuntu installed. After installation Debian installed it's own version of GRUB, with entries for Debian, Xubuntu and Windows. The problem is that after I selected Windows when booting, GRUB menu no longer appears. It boots straight into Windows.

It's lenovo Ideapad z510 laptop, with special button that allows me to select between 4 options before booting - one of them is "Boot menu".

I didn't use it before windows "removed" GRUB, but now there are 2 options: Windows boot loader and Ubuntu. When I select Ubuntu it loads my old boot menu (from before installing Debian).

I thought that when I use update-grub from Xubuntu I will at least eb able to boot into debian. After I did that Debian option appeared in the GRUB menu, but it didn't work - black screen.

How to get GRUB menu working again (and avoid replacing it by windows boot loader)?

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Ubuntu :: Grub Menu Disappeared After Reloading XP Partition

Nov 17, 2010

I had to reload my XP partition and my grub menu disappeared. I followed direction from this web page [URL]. I followed Method 1. After I rebooted I got a command prompt with a notice stating Minimal BASH-like line editing is suppoerted. When I input the final command of sudo update-grub I get the unknown command error. I cannot get to either XP or Ubuntu is there anything I can do short of reloading my ubuntu?

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