On Mon, 16 Jul 2007 11:29:49 +0100
Musus Umbra <musus@...> wrote:
> On Sunday 15 Jul 2007, Abrolag wrote:
> > Does anyone know how to find out what actual commands are matched up
> > with the KDE and Gnome menus?
> Dunno about GNOME, but with KDE you can just right-click on the item (in
> the menu) and choose "Edit Item".
> Actually, that's just a shortcut - all it does is open the menu editor
> with that item already selected ;) Once you have the menu editor open
> (you can get to it by right-clicking on the K menu button and
> selecting "Menu Editor") just select whatever you're interested in.
> Presumably GNOME has a similar menu-editor thingy that can be similarly
> used (or perhaps you already have the GNOME menu embedded in the KDE
> one, anyway)
> Check out the interactive help (shift-F1) for the command value if you
> need more info on what all those %f, %u, %F, %U, etc. are placeholders
Hmm. That would help in individual cases, but there must be generic
lists that Gnome and KDE hold that could be snooped so that a master
menu could be generated.
Hmmm (again). Might be possible to incorporate ROX's apps directory as
Will J Godfrey