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    On 12/22/2011 13:16, Ben Milman wrote:
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      <div class="gmail_quote">On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 4:55 AM, Ken
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                    <div> On 12/21/2011 20:40, Ben Milman wrote: </div>
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                      <div>Attached is a gmail-notifier module made with
                        easyPBI. Other than appearing in lost and found
                        in the menu and not having an icon, it is fully
                        functional (I have been using it in gnome for
                        the last few days). I made no changes from the
                        default settings. EasyPBI indicated that it
                        would show up in the Internet category.
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                        <div>Ben Milman</div>
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                    I just added this module to the build server and
                    fixed the icon issue.<br>
                    I have noticed that a number of PBI's are ending up
                    in the "Lost and Found" menu. I think this happens
                    when there is a typo (or mis-capitalization?) in the
                    desired category or if that category does not exist.
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                    I did discover that with KDE many of the menu
                    categories only exist if you installed the
                    corresponding KDE system package. This is a
                    relatively minor annoyance right now, but it is on
                    my list of things to fix when things slow down a
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~~ Ken Moore ~~
PC-BSD/iXsystems</pre>
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      <div class="gmail_quote">I installed it on gnome, and I did have
        the corresponding category (Internet) in the menu. I don't know
        where in the resulting pbi.conf file in the module the menu
        location is supposed to be stored (or if instead it's determined
        at install time based on the underlying port directory, in this
        case ports/mail -> Internet menu.)</div>
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      <div class="gmail_quote">Ben Milman</div>
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    The menu location for a PBI is in the xdg-menu/(binary-name).desktop
    file within the module. <br>
    I think it is not a problem with the existing menu categories so
    much as it is a bug within the PBI architecture itself in
    registering the menu entry.<br>
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~~ Ken Moore ~~
PC-BSD/iXsystems</pre>
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