I'm using Ubuntu MATE 18.04. Under my Graphics dropdown menu I still have old application icons to uninstalled applications. How do I remove these icons?
This software appears to only be supported for CentOS (not Ubuntu) linux, which suggests the desktop files may have been placed in a location which that distro uses. Take a peek in these folders for Nuke related desktop files:
/usr/share/desktop-directories /etc/xdg/menus/applications-merged /usr/share/applications
Make right click on Applications menu, click Edit Menus to run "easy MATE menu editing tool" (System->Preferences->Look and Feel->Main Menu or
and remove checkboxes in the Graphics category in Show column.
Usually applications from Wine or other third-party source save
.desktop files in
You can try to find them here with the command below:
grep -ir -E "Hiero|Nuke" ~/.local/share/applications/
Then carefully remove desktop-files of really removed applications.