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Tasty Menu

   1.0.8  

KDE Improvement

Score 82%
Tasty Menu
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  39467
Submitted:  Jul 2 2006
Updated:  Dec 13 2007

Description:

Tasty Menu is a K-Menu replacement for KDE 3.x series aiming to provide the maximum usability and flexibility.

It provides three columns where you can always have all your favourite applications in handy.

Key features:
-One column for all your favourite applications and two columns for browsing all the installed programs
-Search engine for the applications
-Optional integration with Kerry Beagle or Strigi
-Highlighting of recently installed applications
-Fast user switching
-Drag and drop support

Debian sid package:
https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=204883
Centos package:
http://www.centos-linux.nl/rpm/tastymenu-1.0.1-1.el5.i386.rpm
ALT linux x86-64
http://alt5.linux.kiev.ua/srpm/Sisyphus/tastymenu/get




Changelog:

1.0.8
-builds with newer gcc
-fixed paint glitch with fake transparencies

1.0.7
-fixed a typo in the config dialog

1.0.6
-Now all the applications should be displayed again
-Brazillian portoguese translation by Ewerton de A. Dutra

1.0.5
Very tiny fix:
-fixed the about box
-some fixes in packaging
-now it's installed in the right directory (for example in /usr/lib/kde3 instead of /usr/lib)

1.0.4
-updated French translation
-updated Slovenian translation
-fixed a crash on lright mouse button click on search field
-the old memory leak should be somewhat mitigated

1.0.3
-Fixed a bug that occurred when clicking on the search result if the menu mode was "recent/most used applications"
-Polish translation by Tomasz Argasiński
-Some fixes in the Slovenian translation
-description text shouldn't become too little

1.0.2
-Slovenian translation by Matija Šuklje
-Fixed a little build problem

1.0.1
-Menu and tooltip no longer steals mouse and keyboard input
-Better management of the tooltip
-No separators when the list is in alphabetical order
-Finnish translations by Tommi Nieminen
1.0:
-Not having particular problems, released it as 1.0
-French translation by Laurent Hilsz

1.0_rc2:
-Rearranging the items of the left column by drag and drop works again
-the layout should be a little bit more polished
-Updated Ukrainian translation

I consider this pretty much feature complete at least for now, so it's the time to approach the fatidical 1.0 :)
1.0_rc1:
-Search field should be a lot faster
-Only strings with at least three characters are being searched (necessary for the speedup)
-Corrected a bug that prevented to search into application descriptions

0.9.1:
Ukrainian translation by Motsyo Vitaliy

0.9:
-"Add to desktop" option in menuitems
-Drag and drop from menu to desktop
-Option to set different icons sizes in the three columns
-the button text label should always be of a visible color
-most used/recently used applications list updates in realtime
-clear most used/recently used applications list
-(warning1: deleting one list deletes also the other)
-(warning2: if you use opensuse you must have kickoff reverted to classic kmenu in order to use the recently used/most used lists)
-updated russian and german translations

0.8.2
another little bugfix release:
-Spanish translation by Jesus S Fernandez Prieto
-button background goes highlighted even if kicker doesn't have neither a background pixmap or transparent background
-menu icon (including on mouseover effect) changes immediately when the user sets a new icon
-highlighted button background also when kicker has no transparency or backgound image
-searching should be a little bit faster (still far from optimal)

0.8.1:
-German translation by Jannick Kuhr
-Drag and drop enabled only in "Favourite applications" mode (otherwise it destroys the favourite list!)

0.8:
-Favourite applications list can be rearranged via drag and drop
-new installed programs notification should be more reliable (some inspiration from Kickoff :P)
-it finds also programs installed by other users
-old programs shouldn't be no more erroneusly listed
-updated russian and italian translations
-when there is only one search result, pressing enter executes it (and the search terms are cleared)
-added button to clear the recent documents list
-application descriptions can be removed also from the left column
-easier to start a program with a single mouse click when the tree is collapsed
-groups with only one item can be configured to be shown
-items can be ordered alphabetically (with applications after the groups)
-better managing of the button size (especially within a vertical panel) and when the menu text is disabled the button is exactly square
-the button icon is highlighted on mouse over according to the global settins
-in the search results the tree is always open

0.7.1:
-Russian translation by Yurkovsky Andrey
-corrected a possible compilation problem
-application descriptions are hidden also from the first column
-button width updated again when the text label is turned off

0.7:
-configurable button text label
-configurable menu button pixmap
-item descriptions can be turned off
-optional "save session" entry under the user button
-configurable popup text
-the button no longer appears on mouse over, instead the background becomes lighter on mouse over and darker on mouse press
-when the user clicks on an empty area the last item is no longer activated
-Italian translation




LicenseLGPL
Source
Ubuntu(Gutsy i386 (should work on Feisty too))
SUSE(suse 10.3 rpm)
Slackware(Slack 10.2 package by gohanz)
Fedora(i386 rpm by liviopl)
Xandros(Xandros package by matty323)
Ubuntu(Kubuntu gutsy by Yaccin)
Gentoo(Gentoo ebuild by franzf)
other(ALT linux (i586 and src) )
Mandriva(Mandriva 2007.1 by Gerardo Bueno)
Ubuntu(kubuntu amd64 package by lnxusr)
Debian(Debian x86-64 bt GameMage)
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 I'm annoyed

 
 by DeeCodeUh on: Nov 30 2007
 
Score 50%

How do you use this?!
I can't find anywhere on how to use this once it's installed.
I've been searching for a clue for over an hour now.
And I've ended up with nothing.
I want my hour back wasted looking for a solution to this application.


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 Re: I'm annoyed

 
 by przemkus on: Nov 30 2007
 
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It's a panel applet, just like Kicker Menu is.
Right-click on panel (bottom bar in KDE) -> add applet and then find Tasty Menu on the list.
:)


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 Re: Re: I'm annoyed

 
 by DeeCodeUh on: Nov 30 2007
 
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Thanks for your promptness.
I'm not annoyed anymore. :)


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 Flickering

 
 by freggy on: Dec 3 2007
 
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I am trying Tasty Menu 1.0.5 on Mandriva Cooker 2008.1 x86_64 (KDE 3.5.8), and the menu button is flickering about every two seconds :-( Needless to say it is very annoying and disturbing, to see something flickering the whole time on your screen...

Any idea what could cause this?


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 Re: Flickering

 
 by mart on: Dec 13 2007
 
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uhm, it seems that is flickers more if the pnel is not locked..


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 Re: Flickering

 
 by musonio on: Jan 4 2008
 
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I have exactly the same annoying problem in PCLOS 2007 KDE 3.5.8.
It's extremely annoying.
I now remember why I had tried it and dumped it at once.
Its a god damn shame, because its a wonderful replacement.


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 Very good but...

 
 by mAcCo on: Dec 12 2007
 
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What about the settings panel?

Bye


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 by reeets on: Dec 14 2007
 
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absolutely awesome program you have here! keep up the great work :)


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 Memory leak

 
 by trisz on: Dec 17 2007
 
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Unfortunately, the memeory leak problem is also present in the version 1.0.6.


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 Re: Memory leak

 
 by mart on: Dec 23 2007
 
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yeah, i know, and i fear it's here to stay, the code it's a real mess :(
when i will find time i will start a rewrite for kde4 that i think will be based on kickoff backend that shouldn't be affected


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 Re: Re: Memory leak

 
 by pbetti4 on: Jan 8 2008
 
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I found that something in kicker (externally at tastymenu) continously updates kickerrc. This in turn forces tastymenu to call updateConfiguration() causing memory allocation.
As a possible temporary solution updateConfiguration() could be disconnected from SIGNAL(kickerConfChanged().
Here a simple patch:
Quote:

--- tastymenu-1.0.6-orig/src/tastymenu.cpp 2007-12-13 17:11:30.000000000 +0100
+++ tastymenu-1.0.6/src/tastymenu.cpp 2008-01-08 14:18:43.000000000 +0100
@@ -100,8 +100,8 @@
}
setGlobalAccel( prefSkel->overrideAltF1());

- connect( menuHandler, SIGNAL(kickerConfChanged()),
- this, SLOT(updateConfiguration()) );
+/* connect( menuHandler, SIGNAL(kickerConfChanged()),
+ this, SLOT(updateConfiguration()) );*/
}

This fixes the problem waiting for a better solution...

Piergiorgio


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 ALT linux x86_64

 
 by Drool on: Dec 19 2007
 
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Now x86_64 availabled at:
http://alt5.linux.kiev.ua/srpm/Sisyphus/tastymenu/get


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 Re: ALT linux x86_64

 
 by mart on: Dec 23 2007
 
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thanks dude :)


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