Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 242293
Duplicate menu entries
Last modified: 2015-03-03 17:31:14 EST
Description of problem: GNOME Keyring Manager appears under Apps->System Tools
as well as Preferences->System
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
is this really a bug ? These classifications seem logical to me...
Er, sure, but I think the idea is that one category should be chosen. I mean,
'Dictionary' under Accessories is technically an internet app as well because it
displays from online dictionaries, but I think people wouldn't like it if it
appeared both under Accessories and Internet, it needlessly clutters the menu
Well, which would you choose then ? To me Apps->System Tools is the way to go
(with gconf-editor and the others)
I'm really not sure, I'm sure there's a good argument to be made for both, I
just don't think there's a good argument to be made for having it in both places.
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