In Gnome 2, you could use the "Main Menu" applet ( aka "alacarte" ) and just uncheck any menu item / shortcut to an program which you didn't want displayed in the menu ( and thus it wasn't accessible to the user that way either )..... so my question is, how do you do the same think in KDE?

I have items showing up in the menu that I don't want to delete/remove, merely disable so they no longer show up in amy menu listing.

asked 20 Mar '12, 13:30

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Have you tried kmenuedit? I don't know whether it supports disabling items. Maybe just removing.

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