Felix Miata wrote: > Thierry de Coulon composed on 2016-06-25 15:23 (UTC+0200): > >> Istvan Gabor wrote: >>> openSUSE they are organized into submenus in 2 or 3 levels (eg >>> System/Archiving/*, System/Desktop/* etc). Unfortunately trinity >>> doesn't >>> have this leveling, most programs are put under one main menu item. Default trinity menus are categorized/subcategorized 1 > 3 levels deep and no menu has more than 10 items. >> You can do it yourself: right click on TDE menu icon -> Configure >> Panel -> What TDE version? In 14.? I have a direct link to the Menu Editor when I right click the menu icon. >> Create the submenus you want, drag and drop the items you want in >> it. Yes, it's very easy to do whatever you want to the menu. > There are far too many things I use to fit in a panel. So create subcategories/menus... Are you using classic or kickoff style? > menu item > "Internet", with a submenu item "Web Browsers", in which I expect to > find every web browser installed by YaST or Zypper. I don't know about kickoff style, but that is how the classic menu style looks and works in TDE, though all browsers are under Internet by default. As above, it's easy to create and populate a browsers subcategory/menu.