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  • An advanced menu editor that provides modern features in a clean, easy-to-use interface. MenuLibre is developed for users who want to manage their menus without ever needing to read the spec or use a text editor. Budgie, Cinnamon, GNOME, KDE (Plasma), LXDE, LXQt, MATE, Pantheon, Unity, and Xfce are all supported.
    Registered by Sean Davis on 2012-06-29
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  • An advanced menu editor that provides modern features in a clean, easy-to-use interface. MenuLibre is developed for users who want to manage their menus without ever needing to read the spec or use a text editor.
  • Stable releases can be installed for supported Ubuntu releases from the PPA: https://launchpad.net/~menulibre-dev/+archive/devel
  • I am confused about MenuLibre, maybe I'm doing something wrong, or lack understanding? Where is the documentation? Specifically, in the listed "Features:" (from the developer's site smdavis.us/2014/01/22/menulibre-2-0-released-trusty-ppa-available/): "Easily rearrange menu items, submenus, and separators" I have not been able to create a sub-menu.
  • Hello: I finally managed to resolve various dependencies and got MenuLibre 2.0 installed from the tarball, but when I ran it from a terminal emulator this was the result: ** (menulibre:8966): WARNING **: Couldn't register with accessibility bus: Did not receive a reply.
  • I believe I've uncovered a bug or two, but it is hard to be certain and hard to provide specific info in a bug report unless I can reset everything and try to duplicate it.
  • I am using XFCE under Debian Wheezy. I have downloaded and unpacked the file 'menulibre_13.03.16.tar.gz' from the Download link on 'https://launchpad.net/menulibre'.
  • When I try to build menulibre on Fedora 20 I get: python ./setup.py install >menulibre.elog Traceback (most recent call last): File "./setup.py", ...
  • The 2.0 series of MenuLibre represents the current stable series, and is recommended for all new deployments.
  • After the .deb file was installed, I clicked on the new Applications -> Accessories -> Menu Edit icon but nothing popped up. I read the man page, discovered the documentation wki is not yet established, and tried menulibre -v from a terminal emulation session: DEBUG:menulibre: set_up_logging() 'logging enabled' WARNING:menulibre ...
  • Translators: This option adds a new application entry to the menu. Current Brazilian Portuguese:
  • 'application-default-icon' is used as the default/placeholder icon yet isn't present in the Tango/Adwaita themes ... (see menulibre/ MenuEditor. py:157).
  • To Sean Davis, Many thanks for helping me fix the previous problem about using Menulibre as root, and now everthing is working with the exception of being able to display applications where I want them.
  • Where (or how) does menulibre get its information for "Category Name" and "Description" so as to place it in the correct menu. For example, when I run "sudo apt-cache show vym", I get "Section: universe/kde" but nowhere do I see in the information that comes from the apt cache that vym should be placed in the menu section "Office".
  • Fixed always visible HScrollbar in Non-Overlay scrollbar environments. Added proper Lubuntu support. Remove View menu item. Added support for Lubuntu theming.
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