I was install xvncviewer and xvnc4viewer but??

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I was install xvncviewer and xvnc4viewer but??

Postby jauhari on Mon Aug 20, 2007 10:54 pm

I was success install xvncviewer and xvnc4viewer and every time I try to run via CONSOLE, this program running with perfect.
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/usr/bin/xvnc4viewer


My question is, why this program not AUTO ADDED on my CASSANDRA MENU?? how to add to my CASSANDRA menu?

Please tell me what I must do and give me the perfect solution on it.

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Postby Boo on Tue Aug 21, 2007 12:06 am

some time programs appear after log out and login again.

there is an application called "main menu", under control centre.
you can use it to add applications to the menu.
you just look for you application and put a tick next to it.

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Postby jauhari on Tue Aug 21, 2007 5:30 am

Boo wrote:some time programs appear after log out and login again.

there is an application called "main menu", under control centre.
you can use it to add applications to the menu.
you just look for you application and put a tick next to it.

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Can you give me some screen shoot? I still Newbie here.
Please Advice me.

I was reboot and the app not yet show up on my cassandra menu. :cry:
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Postby Boo on Tue Aug 21, 2007 9:22 pm

click on the mintMenu, the fourth program up on the left is "control center".
click on "control center".

in the look and feel section there is an icon called "main menu", click on this.

now in main menu you will see the groupings of the applications.
look in multimedia, you may have to expand it, find you application and put a tick in the box next to it.
close main menu and now the program should be in mintMenu.

If you can not find the program in Main menu then you can put a shortcut on the desktop by right clicking on the desktop...

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