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Old 17-08-2004, 08:46 PM   #1
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A nice easy question I'm sure, but I have no idea how to answer it!

I know that Ctl Alt Shift [Menu Item] adds that item to the custom bar. But how do you delete a shortcut from the custom bar if you never use it, or put it there by mistake?

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Old 17-08-2004, 09:25 PM   #2
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MMB Drag it to the trash bin (its at the far right of the shelf, and a bit up). Or go to the arrow at the left of the screen, go to shelf editor, click on the farthest right tab, select the name of your shelf, go to the tab to the right of it, select the name of the icon, and click delete.

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Worked like a charm!

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