On Tue, 2003-02-25 at 05:23, Franz Klammer wrote:
> Am Di, 2003-02-25 um 10.15 schrieb Piero:
> > W licie otrzymanym 25 Feb 2003 02:10:46 -0500 od Joe Marcus Clarke
> > <email@example.com> :
> > > > >> Is there any way to manually refresh the gnome application menu
> > > > >> to show the newly installed application(s)? Or you have to logout
> > > > >> and login? TIA.
> > > > >>
> > > > > I had to use killall -HUP gnome-panel.. if someone has a better
> > > > > way let me known :)
> > > >
> > > > This is also what the people told me on ircd.gimp.org's #gnome
> > > > channel. This should be the right way at the moment. I don't know
> > > > if there is something in planning where we can reload the panel.
> > > > Maybe you can write some code, the gnome people will surely
> > > > implement this...
> > >
> > > Like I said, if you install devel/fam, and configure it, the panel
> > > will refresh automatically. Of course, you'll need to rebuild
> > > gnomevfs2 after installing fam.
> > I got FAM, and it was installed before Gnome, but heh it doesn't seem to
> > work.
> same by me. nautilus and fam works menu and fam doesn't.
> could it be that the "keep menus in memory" gconf-flag
> cause this problem?
No, 'cause it works for me, and I have that option set. The menu
updates take a few seconds when installing software. Note, the one set
of menus that is not updated with FAM is the applet menus (i.e. Add to
Panel). The Applications menu, however, is properly updated.
> > $ pkg_info |grep fam
> > fam-2.6.9_2 A file alteration monitor
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