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Free software menus reinvented

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 193.166.94.185] on February 23, 2008 02:06 AM
I kind of like TastyMenu for KDE3, I've used it in Debian to replace the default K-menu. TastyMenu collapses the multi-level "Debian menu" into one long paragraph that you can just scroll up and down. Still, TastyMenu keeps the menu items under their proper sections. I find this long list that I can scroll up and down much simpler to use than the default K-menu that can hide the menu items under its multi-level embedded maze. Hopefully TastyMenu gets ported to KDE4, because I find the SUSE-made default menu in KDE4 hideous, even worse than the K-menu in KDE3.

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