Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Sun Oct 24 10:26:33 PDT 2004
On Sun, 2004-10-24 at 11:15, Michael Johnson wrote:
> The only way I know with out logging out is 'killall gnome-pannel'
> There might be a better way to do this though, if there is someone
> please share =)
As mezz said, FAM is the preferred thing to do here. However, upgrades
to gnomevfs2 will "zero-out" menus. The only way to fix that is to
logout and back into GNOME, or do ``killall gnome-panel''. Note:
killing gnome-panel could cause problems if you have items in the system
tray. The more correct solution when upgrading gnomevfs2 is to restart
> On Oct 24, 2004, at 11:12 AM, Adam Stroud wrote:
> > Is there an easy way to update the application menus after
> > applications are installed so they appear in the menus?
> > A
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