I cannot find under KDE3.3, Accessories menu, a simple tool like gedit.
1)Is there something similar?
2)I s it possible to start gedit from KDE from its menus? (without opening a terminal window?) How?
Thanks for advice.
i think gedit or kwrite are not in the kde menu (at least i was not able to find on my menu). however you can add a link on your desktop or on your panel. just right click in the middle of your desktop and choose create new > file > link to application. then enter the name, the command name in the appropriate fields (gedit or kwrite), a nice icon and that's it. i think you should also be able to drag and drop the new icon of the link to the program you created wherever you want.
hope this answer your question
IMO, gedit is now cool.. much cooler than what it was on red hat 9.. heehee
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