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How can I add specific folders to places in mintMenu?

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  1. Right-click the menu and choose Preferences:
     
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  2. Click Places ▸ New:
     
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  3. Enter the name and path for the new place, then click OK:
     
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  4. The custom place should now be listed in the menu:
     
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Thanks, for the reply. In the meantime i had found this solution myself. But you sure will get the Bounty. Nice answer. Note: I have to wait 23 hours to give you the Bounty. –  NES Dec 15 '10 at 18:11

All you have to do is click add folder from the places menu when you are in the folder that you want to add.

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sorry, i'm not able to comprehend that? Where is the "add folder" option in the places menu? –  NES Dec 8 '10 at 23:21
    
He isn't talking about mintMenu, he's talking about the standard menu. –  dkuntz2 Dec 8 '10 at 23:42
    
you edited your question D:!!! now I have to edit my answer –  RolandiXor Dec 9 '10 at 15:11

AFAIK MintMenu is written in Python. So you should change .py scripts.

It is very easy to change/add items in case of Mint 10. Right click on Menu button, then select 'Preferences', then select tab 'Places'. From there you will be able to add/remove/change elements of MintMenu Places.

Best wishes, Vincenzo

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Another way to do this is by editing the ~/.gtk-bookmarks file. It is a newline separated list of entries found in the bookmarks folder, where each entry follows the format shown below:

[URI] [entry-name]

It is extremely flexible in that it can handle pretty much any protocol that your system recognizes, including sftp://, smb://, http://, etc.

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