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F18: Mate menu categorizer available?

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Since I am using the MATE desktop, I have yet to find the package that recategorized the desktop menus such as Electronics, Games, and so on.

Can someone point me in the right direction, please?

posted Oct 6, 2013 by Sonu Jindal

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pkg names include:

electronics-menu
games-menus

among others ('yum search menu' shows lots of candidates)

answer Oct 6, 2013 by Deepankar Dubey
I tried those packages, removed and reinstalled and these packages do not seem to work which led me to believe they were not the packages I was looking for... specifically, Games as it is has only one sub-category - it is flat with a very long list, but the menu package I am looking for has 2nd level sub-categories with names such as Action, Logic... and likewise with Electronics. I compared F18 against F13 installs and I am led to think that there might be a newer version of games menu that came later and from what I remember it was not that easy to find even with a search for "menu", and perhaps the newer versions were not carried over into Gnome 3 as well as MATE or MATE dropped this package I am looking for?

I wonder who I need to contact to resolve this question, Fedora, Gnome, or MATE?
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