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Submitted:  Sep 6 2015

Description:

A fully customisable desktop menu for plasma 5.


For KDE4, look here :
http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/+kde-desktop-custom-menu?content=170062




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 Doesn't show up in mouse actions

 
 by trekjunky on: Jan 19 2016
 
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I have logged out and back in as well as rebooting the OS. I have OpenSuSE Leap 42.1 and plasma 5. I ran the install bash shell script as normal user and when that didn't work, I ran it as root. It still doesn't show up. I have an application launcher in the list, but nothing with the name Customizable or just Custom. I don't get it. Please help!!!! Thanks in advance for your help.


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 Re: Doesn't show up in mouse actions

 
 by matmoul on: Jan 19 2016
 
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I just tested and found changes to make.
A little hard to explain like that.
I will try to release a new version for the end of the week.
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 Re: Doesn't show up in mouse actions

 
 by matmoul on: Jan 20 2016
 
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Hello,
New version 2016.01.20.13.45.15 is online,
you can test with OpenSuse

Don't forget the last 2 commands listed at the end of the installation


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 Re: Re: Doesn't show up in mouse actions

 
 by trekjunky on: Jan 20 2016
 
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'cmake' is already installed.
'extra-cmake-modules' is already installed.
'kio-devel' is already installed.
'libqt5-qtbase-devel' is already installed.
'plasma-framework-devel' is already installed. 'plasma5-workspace-devel' is already installed.

It works!!!! Thanks so much!!!!!


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 How does one customize the menu?

 
 by caduceus26 on: Jan 23 2016
 
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I am a newbie to Linux but not to computers, programming, OSes, etc.

I have Leap 42.1 installed and am quickly learning my way around this new environment. I saw this in the widgets, liked the description, downloaded and installed it. While it is working, I can't figure out how to customize it to my taste. I want Chrome and Thunderbird to be readily accessible when I pop up the menu among other changes I'd like to make.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Caduceus26


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 Re: How does one customize the menu?

 
 by matmoul on: Jan 24 2016
 
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Right click to your desktop and select desktop settings (ALT+D,S)
Go to mouse actions and select Custom Desktop Menu on a mouse event.
Next, you can edit the menu with the first of the three last button.

To add an app, just found the .desktop file.
Firefox and chromium as exemple :
/usr/share/applications/firefox.desktop
/usr/share/applications/chromium.desktop


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 Re: Re: How does one customize the menu?

 
 by caduceus26 on: Jan 24 2016
 
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Terrific! I see it. Thanks for the lightning fast response!


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 Re: Re: How does one customize the menu?

 
 by caduceus26 on: Jan 26 2016
 
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In further exploring customization of my desktop I updated from knotes4 to knotes5 and related dependencies. Now when I pop up the menu I have the entry "/usr/share/applications/kde4/Kontact.desktop" where Kontact used to be. How can I either get rid of that reference or replace the entry with the kontact5 reference?

Thanks again


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 Re: Re: How does one customize the menu?

 
 by caduceus26 on: Jan 26 2016
 
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In further exploring customization of my desktop I updated from knotes4 to knotes5 and related dependencies. Now when I pop up the menu I have the entry "/usr/share/applications/kde4/Kontact.desktop" where Kontact used to be. How can I either get rid of that reference or replace the entry with the kontact5 reference?

Thanks again


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 Re: Re: Re: How does one customize the menu?

 
 by matmoul on: Jan 26 2016
 
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Hello,

If you see the desktop file path is that is because the file does not exist.

for kcontact5 :
/usr/share/applications/org.kde.kontact.desktop


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: How does one customize the menu?

 
 by caduceus26 on: Jan 26 2016
 
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Thanks. I get that part.

I was asking if there is a way available to me to get rid of the entry by either replacing it with the new path or deleting the line. If not, the menu isn't fully customizable since I can't change things like favorites or the entries in the pop-out menus, etc. I can only add new entries at the bottom.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: How does one customize the men

 
 by matmoul on: Jan 26 2016
 
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You have many solutions to customize the menu.

One line is one menu item.
The menu follow the order of the config.

Keyword :
{favorites} : include favorite from KickOff. (manage favorites from KickOff)
# : comment/disable an item. (unused line can be deleted)
- : separator.
[menu][end] : child menu (can be concatened).
{programs} : include applications menu.
{programs} System/ : include applications system menu.

Apps and commands :
desktop file : /usr/share/applications/org.kde.konsole.desktop
command : Text [TAB] Icon [TAB] Command Arguments


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: How does one customize the

 
 by caduceus26 on: Jan 27 2016
 
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Once again my "newbieness" is showing. Your comment has yet again pointed me in the direction I need to go to address my issue. Thanks again for your response and your patience.



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