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I have a program which uses GTK2 that I want to integrate with HUD called Stata 12.

The menus are correctly located in the appmenu, but the menus do not show up in the HUD.

When I do use HUD and try to search through the menus, the HUD searches other open applications or system settings, but not Stata itself.

Is there a way I can get it to integrate?


Apps in the appmenu being placed right:

HUD showing none of the options in the menu:

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Is there any reason why you added ">"? – RolandiXor Dec 12 '12 at 6:21
We need some more information from you if not this question will be closed (you have also not logged in since asking). – RolandiXor Dec 28 '12 at 15:53

There could be several reasons but make sure /usr/share/applications has a .desktop file for the application. HUD needs that. There are good instructions for intalling this app on Ubuntu at

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