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GnoMenu - consolidated menu for gnome

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GnoMenu - consolidated menu for gnome
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Submitted:  Nov 13 2008
Updated:  Aug 30 2011

Description:

GnoMenu - A consolidated menu for gnome that brings eye candy to the world of the Gnome menu's. Fully functional menu , supports themes , for a composited or non composited desktop. It can emulate the look and feel of the most beautiful menus of most modern desktops, and it can also use custom menus, due to its powerful theme XML engine.




Changelog:

http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~gnomenu-team/gnomenu/trunk/changes




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 resizable icon on tabs

 
 by zniavre on: Dec 19 2009
 
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hello

sorry to ask but i hav not find the way to resize icons on tabs (im using Menu theme with system icon option)

could you help me please ?


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 Re: resizable icon on tabs

 
 by Whise on: Dec 19 2009
 
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previously you had to manually resize them inside the png, now you dont , just use the png's normaly and specify their x y and size (if necessary) in the xml file, check the menu (default theme) for info


Got any questions related to GnoMenu?

check out the faq here:

https://launchpad.net/gnomenu

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 Re: resizable icon on tabs

 
 by Whise on: Dec 19 2009
 
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in the xml IconX="10" IconY="10"

your icon will be placed in 10,10, no iconsize is specified so your icon will have normal size

if your specify IconSize="48" your icons will be resized


remember system icons get resized to fit either the normal icon size or IconSize if it is set


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https://launchpad.net/gnomenu

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 Changelog

 
 by ElTimo on: Jan 15 2010
 
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Am I missing something? I go to look at your link to the changelog, and it just takes me to the bzr trunk. I try to go to the path in the link, and the changelog tells me that for version 1.7+, the changelog is stored in exactly the same place as the current useless one is. Could we get an actual changelog, or can I please be directed to the proper one if I'm just a moron? Thanks.


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 Re: Changelog

 
 by ElTimo on: Jan 15 2010
 
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Oh wow. Never mind. I haven't had much sleep lately. Disregard the above post.


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 Great!

 
 by tsujan on: Jan 20 2010
 
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Now, after a few months since the last time I tried GnoMenu in Debian, it's not only compatible with Debian (squeeze/sid) but can also be beautifully integrated into Cairo-Dock. Thanks for this nice and practical menu. Gnome needs it.


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 =]

 
 by Izo on: Feb 1 2010
 
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I eagerly up-to-date concise theming instructions. I have so many ideas but I can't make any sense of the theming file!

/izo\


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 Re: =]

 
 by Whise on: Feb 1 2010
 
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im trying to update the theme spec file, documenting is actually harder then coding :)


Got any questions related to GnoMenu?

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https://launchpad.net/gnomenu

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 gnomenu 2.4

 
 by zniavre on: Feb 1 2010
 
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hello whise

nice one but i got worrie with position of the menu , im using top left gnomenu position on panel but it opens most of the time somewhere else.
i do not know if i can debug it to be helpfull for you
please tell me if you want

thank you

(i do not find the way for the Iconsize on tab )


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 Re: gnomenu 2.4

 
 by zniavre on: Feb 1 2010
 
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by the way in the gnomenuthemespec pdf you are not talking about the iconsize so i still do not know where/how to add it in the .xml file

sorry to disturb with that im using system icons theme instead of the gnomenu icons theme cause the fading image does not fit the icon tab

hope im understandable...

thank you


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 QMenu

 
 by LuxieRayku on: Feb 3 2010
 
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Can you add more transparency to gnomenu and make my QMenu theme?


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 Re: QMenu

 
 by Whise on: Feb 3 2010
 
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maybe in the future, i would have to rewrite the listview in cairo for that


Got any questions related to GnoMenu?

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https://launchpad.net/gnomenu

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