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The lightweight and stylish app launcher.

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You can use a menu editor like menulibre or alacarte to edit and hide application shortcuts in slingshot. The context menu is a good idea, though. …
answered Sep 27 '15 by Thiago Jedi
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I think you question is similar to this one: Why don't certain GNOME apps show in Slingshot? Have a look in the file in /usr/share/applications/gnome-terminal.desktop. It must have a OnlyShowIn entry. Remove it or add Pantheon there. …
answered Nov 18 '15 by Thiago Jedi
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Another alternative is MenuLibre sudo apt-get install menulibre
answered Dec 14 '15 by Thiago Jedi
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The .desktop file for nautilus by default shows only when the desktop environment is Unity or Gnome. To show Nautilus on slingshot you'll need to edit the desktop entry. Edit the file /usr/share … /applications/nautilus.desktop with this command: sudo -H scratch-text-editor /usr/share/applications/nautilus.desktop And then change the line OnlyShowIn=GNOME;Unity; to OnlyShowIn=GNOME;Unity;Pantheon;. It should now appear in slingshot and you'll be able to add to plank too with the same method. …
answered Nov 17 '15 by Thiago Jedi