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How to get back menu bar in Kile after switching to LXDE?
I switched from Gnome/Unity to LXDE on my netbook because it has only 1 GB RAM. Now the Kile window has no menu bar. How does one get it back? This does not affect all KDE applications - for example, ...
Feb 2 '12 at 8:38
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