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Launching Sudoku

Page history last edited by PBworks 17 years, 2 months ago

Having installed ksudoku from the Games section at http://www.geekconnection.org/downloads.htm it can be launched in two ways

 

1) Launch>Run Command and simply type ksudoku

 

OR

 

2) Make your own entry in the applications menu by opening the menu editor window:-

 

    2.1    Launch>Applications>System>Menu Editor

            Click the + sign next to applications

            Click the + sign next to Games

            Highlight the desired category, eg 'Board'

 

    2.2   In the menu bar (just under the title bar) of the 'Menu Editor Window' select File>New Item and enter the word ksudoku, and click OK.

            The word ksudoku should now appear on the right hand side of the window.  To choose an icon click the adjacent square button.

            There is a whole myriad of icons to choose from but if you scroll down the list there should one already called ksudoku.

            Having selected your icon, enter the word ksudoku in the 'Command' box.

 

   2.3   Save your settings:  File>save

 

 

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