it is not possible to put a direct link into a desktop menu since one has to be in the directory itself to start it (otherwise pixmaps not found)
temporary fix: build a start script that does the magic...
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Use this as a startup script
File Added: start_proximity.sh
.deb: you can start 'blueproximity' from anywhere you want to.
tarball or svn: you can start start_proximity.sh from anywhere (give full path) you want to.
I believe that will do the trick.
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