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I was having some issues with the Mate terminal in Linux Mint (see How to reset system colors) so have started using gnome-terminal instead. I'd like the change the "Terminal" icon which is on the Start menu (see pic) to launch gnome-terminal instead, but can't work out how. It doesn't have an entry on the Preferences/Main Menu option.

Any ideas anyone? thanks, Max

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EDIT - this is Linux Mint 13 Maya btw (i don't know why it calls itself Mate on the desktop and Maya on the command line).

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Have you tried right clicking? – terdon Jan 30 '13 at 12:24
    
@terdon yep, no response. – Max Williams Feb 1 '13 at 9:01

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