How to modify "System places" menu

Art Alexion art.alexion at
Tue Jan 16 14:43:45 GMT 2007

I had removed this menu from kicker a long time ago, and figured I'd have 
another look while reading this thread.  What is the functional difference 
between this and the bookmarks applet (that allow both local and remote 

On Tuesday 16 January 2007 07:35, Donatas G. wrote:
> Ian Rose wrote:
> > Donatas G. wrote:
> >> By the way, to make your menus user specific you can create a folder
> >>
> >> ~/.kde/share/apps/systemview/
> >>
> >> and put all the user specific *.desktop files in there - just tried
> >> that!
> >>
> >> Donatas
> >
> > Now that's handy - when I first found the system-wide folder (by finding
> > every file named "home"), I couldn't work out how to make it
> > user-specific. Obvious when you point it out!
> Glad the experiments get us to a more usable desktop.
> I wonder if it is possible to create another menu besides "system menu"
> that we have just discussed. I guess Gnome has something like this,
> called "Drawers"
> It would also be handy to have a tool to graphically configure such
> things. Or maybe there is something already that I don't know about yet?
> Donatas


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