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I am using Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid) Netbook Remix in my Asus Aspire One. My default browser is Firefox and I am using Chrome for Google search in incognito mode. I want to start Chrome in incognito mode by default. I know that I need to use the following command to start the Chrome in incognito mode by default.

Google-chrome  --incognito %s

What I do not know is how/where to edit the commandline in the launcher.

Any tips on how to do this is much appreciated.

Edit: This question is no longer relevant. I am using latest version of Ubuntu (12.04) in the same netbook and running chrome in incognito mode after editing the menu.

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Search for the program "Menu Editor". You should be able to edit the command there. – Super_ness Nov 7 '10 at 18:32
@Rajkumar is this question still valid? Because these versions are probably long gone by now – Ivo Flipse Apr 28 '12 at 7:59

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