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How can I change the menu in window managers such as AfterStep, WindowMaker ...  
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Can't answer for AfterStep, but for WindowMaker just
1. Double click the Preferences button. (looks like a green grid with a red, jagged line going across, and a circle in the back, and it should be docked on the side or bottom of your desktop.)

2.  This will open the Preference Utility.  Just scroll across the top until you have find a button that has a menu on it.

3. Click it and you will get the Applications Menu.

4. Just use the drop down menus to edit as needed
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by:ahTri
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Thanks Spunki !

I use AfterStep lots more but it's quite negative to reject your answer (I haven't do that before) so I would greatly apprecitated if u ( OR ANYONE ) can find out how to do it with AfterStep.

Indeed I am not sure if I see a Preference on my menu, cos if I did I would have check it out already, may ask u again if I have more problem - thanks.

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