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Friday, May 11th 2007, 8:23am

how to add a menu in context menu list...


How can i add a menu in the existing context menu list.
here i have created a application cdwriter.. by right click on the mouse my application should b display on the context menu list (crear folder,open terminal...etc)

i got som information from google adding a .desktop file in the below directory can do tat.

and the contains of my .desktop file is

[Desktop Entry]

but i couldnt.. worked.................. kindly help...

i want it portable for all distributions...

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Not sure if this is the same thing you found from Google, but I think it's the only tutorial around that does what you're asking:

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thanx a lot....

This exact document i had got from google.. i hav tried with this.. but its not working..

This one is for KDE only.. not fot GNOME so i mean to say how can i do it for both session according to user login...

could u guide me this regarding


Saturday, May 12th 2007, 11:58am

You can find lots of examples of servicemenus on (search for 'servicemenu')
Help mee om KDE 3.5.5 in het Nederlands te vertalen

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