Thanks.

Yes, I am aware of that little dialog. But this functionality relies on lxqt-globalkeysd being running. That's not a big deal per se, its memory footprint is ridiculous by nowadays standards. But then I will have to keep an eye on two sets of key bindings: openbox and lxqt-globalkeysd, and double check that they do not overlap...

I all for keeping things simple so...

As an example, regular lxpanel from the original lxde comes with an lxpanelctl tool, and by invoking it this way the menu popups inmediatly:

$ lxpanelctl menu

The xfce regular menu and the xfce whisker menu both have a similar command line tool.

That's what I am after.

Thanks anyway, your answer is much appreciated :)


2014-06-13 15:35 GMT+02:00 Mark Deneen <mdeneen+lxde@gmail.com>:
Jesús,

I think that the default binding is alt+f1.  You can configure this by
right clicking on the apps menu and choosing 'Configure "Application
Menu"'.

-M

On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 7:11 AM, Jesús J. Guerrero Botella
<jesus.guerrero.botella@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello.
>
> I am a Gentoo user and forum staffer, and it's the first time I am
> participating in this mailing list, so, hello everyone.
>
> I been looking for one bit of info that I can't find. I use a very
> particular setup with bits from here and there, and, for the time being, I
> am just trying to use lxqt-panel under openbox, with no key bindings daemon
> nor anything else from lxqt.
>
> For now, I'd like to manage all my bindings using the openbox rc file. So, I
> wanted to know if there's any way to open the lxqt-panel apps menu using
> just the command line. If so, I could then bind that command to a key combo
> in openbox.
>
> I launch about everything using dmenu which is bound to a key combo, the
> mouse is not my best friend, but still I am curious.
>
> Thanks for any insight :)
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