Ah, that is where I was getting confused.
Up until now, the menu editor was an item in a menu off Kicker - Some configuration item. Now all of a sudden it is accessed by right click on the Kicker.
I am getting very confused with KDE4. I was under the impression that Linux was moving more and more towards a gui and away
from a cli (I know that this is not correct because the cli needs to be available for those who want it, but I cannot at the moment think of a better way of putting it) because that was one of the big 'sticking points' for people considering Linux. Now, again all of a sudden, with KDE4 there are at least 3 activities that no longer can be carried out through a gui, but must be done using the cli.
1. KPackage does not exist. rpms must be installed from the cli.
2. No more My Computer. Since the Device Manager widget which I gather is supposed to automount cds does not appear to work, at
least with my system, which crashes if I try to add the widget to a panel, cds must be mounted from the cli.
3. Remastering. It seems that this must also be used from the cli.
These 3 are the only ones I know about at present. Possible I will find more instances, possibly not.
I am determined to give the new PCLinuxOS with KDE4 a reasonable trial, but at present, although KDE4 is I think very smooth and slick,
most of the time it seems to stop me doing the things I did easily in KDE3.5. Also with KDE3.5 I did not keep getting messages
KDE Write Daemon. Message from syslogd@localhost at date and time, localhost: do_IRQ: 0.83 No irq handler for vector (irq-1) which
no-one seems to know about. I did find a reference that is was connected to the ATI DRM in the kernel, followed by another reference from
the same person that contradicted this.