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Just because I would like a menu and I have a few RasPi's and they have that nice drop down menu.

I thought it was all encompassed by alacarte, but it isn't. alacarte is only the menu editor.

But which menu?

I want to get the menu working, but obviously running alacarte only opens the editor.

Not the actual menu, which I want.

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  • Sorry.... I'm using Ubuntu 20.1 and GNOME desktop to the best of my knowledge. Commented Nov 3, 2020 at 9:31
  • What can I say...... The Ubuntu says it is Ubunty 20.1file:///home/me/Pictures/Screenshot%20from%202020-11-03%2020-34-07.png Ok, that didn't work it seems. Try this: anonfiles.com/D6Y4q7m8p3/… Do I really need to add TRAILING 0's? Commented Nov 3, 2020 at 9:34
  • The picture states Ubuntu 20.10, meaning the 2020-October release of Ubuntu (note it says 10 not 1; it is not a decimal .10, but 10 representing October as the month; releases are year.month in format). It's best if you edit your question & add release details to your question (more people read questions rather than comments)
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    Commented Nov 3, 2020 at 9:39
  • I am really stumbling in this forum how to do things. I will try to edit the topic. Ok, I give up. How do I edit the topic/subject (what ever it is called here) Done. Just so it is declared. Commented Nov 3, 2020 at 9:41

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