Date: 2010-08-28 14:00:26 +0000 (Sat, 28 Aug 2010)
change the description to be a long description rather than a help file
--- plugins/MenuEditor/trunk/description.html 2010-08-28 13:48:26 UTC (rev 18432)
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-<title>The Menu Editor Plugin</title>
-<p><i>Written by Shlomy Reinstein, August 2010.</i></p>
+The Menu Editor Plugin
+Written by Shlomy Reinstein, August 2010.
The Menu Editor plugin allows you to rearrange the jEdit menu
-(File/Edit/Search...), shown at the top of each view. You can
-rearrange the items in each menu, remove items from a menu,
-or add items to a menu.
-The plugin provides a single dialog, which you can open using
-the plugin menu. The dialog shows the current menus on the left,
-and the available actions on the right. For each of the two,
-there is a combo-box at the top using which you choose the menu
-or action set, and a list below it showing the items of the
-selected menu or the actions in the selected action set.
-To re-order items in a specific menu, select the items you want
-to move (multiple selection is allowed) and either use
-the up/down buttons to move them, or drag them to the
-desired position in the list.
-To remove items from a menu, select the items, and click the
-right-arrow button, or simply drag them outside the list.
-To add actions to a menu, select the actions from the list on
-the right, and either click the left-arrow button or simply
-drag them to the list of menu items.
-The buttons at the bottom of the dialog:
-<li>Ok: Apply the changes made in this dialog and close the
-<li>Apply: Apply the changes made in this dialog, but keep
-the dialog open for making more changes.
-<li>Cancel: Discard the changes made in this dialog (since
-the last time you clicked Apply, if you did) and close the
-<li>Restore default: Restore the menus to their original
-contents (the way they are provided with jEdit, with no
-modifications), and keep the dialog open for making
-The plugin stores the list of changes that were made to the
-menus, and re-applies them each time jEdit is started. This
-way, you don't miss changes made by future versions of
-jEdit (such as new menu items).
+(File/Edit/Search...), shown at the top of each view. You can rearrange the
+items in each menu, remove items from a menu, or add items to a menu.
+In addition, the plugin allows you to rearrange the menu bar itself - reorder
+the menus, add new menus or remove existing menus.
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