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I want to remove shortcut from the upper panel in Linux. But right click gives me only "launch" and "properties" options.. How can i remove this shortcuts?

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Check hidden files in your home folder.

Find

 ~/.config/gnome-panel/launchers 

just delete any shortcut launcher that you want to.

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Windows Key+Alt+Right-Click on the shortcut. You will get a "Remove from panel" option.

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