Last edition : 2010/08/04 15:12
A gtk popup menu launcher. It's a simple application which display a popup menu to let you choose what to launch. Just put your launchers (desktop-files ) in a folder, and it will present them in a speedy popup menu. It's a python app which depends on gtk. Released under the terms of GPL2 licence.
Really handy to use with
In fact, it's like 9menu or myGtkMenu, but popdown use freedesktop standards (.desktop files).
popdown is a simple command line. You'll just have to give the folder which contains ".desktop" files, and it will popup the result as a popupmenu.
If you want to create submenus, you'll just have to create subfolders in the previous folder, and put ".desktop" files in.
If you use Gnome, you can easily drag'n'drop entry from "gnome application menu" to your popdown folder, to create desktop-files.
popdown provides facilities to manage your menu, as a menu entry in each popdown menu :
Everything is ordered by name :
But you can choose to order as you like, if you want
You'll just have to rename your folder, like this :
You'll just have to add an "order" entry in the desktop files, like this :
Icons are missing in front of labels, what's the hell ?
It's a gnome feature ;-). Run Gconf-editor, and ensure that the key
Or do :
V0.90 (31/10/2007) - initial release