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Author Topic: Razor-Qt Custom Menu Widget  (Read 2402 times)

Offline JustDebian

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Razor-Qt Custom Menu Widget
« on: 2013/05/29, 17:23:55 »
I would like to add a custom menu to the Razor-Qt panel without changing the orginial menu (like I could do with KDE 3.5). That way, I can directly access the apps that I use most from the custom menu and still access all of the installed apps from the original menu when needed.

I am wondering if anyone knows of a widget available or that could be added to siduction to accomplish this?

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Offline JustDebian

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Razor-Qt Custom Menu Widget
« Reply #2 on: 2013/05/29, 20:37:48 »
Thank you for the links, piper.

From my research, a Razor-Qt menu editor seems to be much desired. While that would be handy to have, I need to find a widget designed to allow creating a custom menu in addition to the main menu.

Unfortunately, I do not know how to program and do not have the ability to learn how at this point.

Just thought that I would put it out there. Maybe there is a better place to post my wish.