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Stefan Weigel wrote:

Am 21.05.2012 14:00, schrieb James Knott:

   From the users point of view, QuickStarter also is an alternative
(and by some users preferred) way of accessing LibrOffice in the
GUI, with nice shortcuts for opening documents or creating new
documents from templates.
There's no reason why someone couldn't add it to the bar if so desired.
How would I add a menu like this

to the panel, without activating QuickStarter?


About all you could do is place the LO Suite icon there, and then choose what you want to do. One thing that was available in OS/2, which I haven't seen in Linux was something called "Drawer". You'd place it on the bar and then add in the items you want. When you clicked on the icon on the bar, the list of items would appear and you could then choose the one you wanted, as in the example you have. One thing that could be done in KDE 3, but doesn't seem to be possible in KDE 4 (KDE 3 mode) is copy a group from the main menu, so that all the items in that group would pop up when clicking on the icon on the bar. With that, you could create an LibreOffice¹ section in the menu, fill it with the LO apps and then place the section on the bar. This would result in a pop up list of LO apps.

1. Since my birthday is in October, perhaps "LibreOffice" should be called "LibraOffice". ;-)

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