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Is there any way to add an item to the GNOME menu?

I installed LMMS from sources, and it doesn't appear in Applications -> Sound & Video

I hate running it from a terminal (or making a launcher even).

Also, how could I rename the menu options? Like, from Sound & Video to Music? Etc.

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My memory's a bit rusty, but I think right-clicking does most of the magic. Right click within a category, and a contextual menu should appear that includes an option to add a launcher. I can't remember if you can rename menu categories by right-clicking on them, but I think there should be some sort of 'properties' dialog that you can access. Hope that helps. You can also check the Gnome documentation, which I'm sure would answer your questions.

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When you right click, it does nothing! I've tried that multiple times, but thank you for your input!

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Select the following menu:
System > Preferences > Main Menu

This will open an application to control your main menu.

You can:

  • re-order items (drag things around or use up/down buttons).
  • hide items (un-check the display check-box)
  • change display name, icon, and comments of existing entries (Right-click>Properties or Double-click)
  • add a new separator, item, or menu (buttons on the right)

If you mess-up you can revert both for individual item and the whole menu (note: I have never tried this; also, I do not know what it reverts to---last state or factory default).

Is there any way to add an item to the GNOME menu?

I installed LMMS from sources, and it doesn't appear in Applications -> Sound & Video

I hate running it from a terminal (or making a launcher even).

Also, how could I rename the menu options? Like, from Sound & Video to Music? Etc.

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I never knew that the Main Menu application had that capability! Thank you very much.

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