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Join Date: Nov 2010
11-08-2010, 03:02 AM
Join Date: Oct 2010
11-09-2010, 03:51 PM
I don't mess with the computer daily as it's not critical it runs, but I would like to lick this. Worse come to worse I can reload the OS and start over I suppose.
Join Date: Jun 2010
11-17-2010, 03:42 PM
Just delete the launcher and reinstall it. Firefox should still be showing in your start menu correct? If you launch from there it should work, correct? If so the problem is with the Launcher's path. Just remove the launcher and install a new one. To do this follow the following instructions:
Adding a Launcher to a Panel
You can add a launcher to a panel in one of the following ways:
From the panel popup menu
Right-click on any vacant space on the panel, then choose Add to Panel. The Add to Panel dialog opens.
To create a new launcher, select Custom Application Launcher from the list. A Create Launcher dialog is displayed. For more information on the properties in this dialog, see the section called â€śLauncher Propertiesâ€ť.
Alternatively, to add an existing launcher to the panel, select Application Launcher from the list. Choose the launcher that you want to add from the list of menu items.
From any menu
To add a launcher to a panel from any menu, perform one of the following steps:
Open a menu that contains the launcher. Drag the launcher on to the panel.
Open the menu that contains the launcher from the panel where you want the launcher to reside. Right-click on the title of the launcher. Choose Add this launcher to panel.
From the file manager
To add a launcher to a panel from the file manager, find the .desktop file for the launcher in your file system, then drag the .desktop file to the panel.
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