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==Also on the Wiki==
~[[Configure PuppyMenu|]]
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==Also see==


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Name[nl]=Tekstverwerker
Comment[nl]=AbiWord tekstverwerker
Name[nn]=Tekstbehandling
Comment[nn]=AbiWord Tekstbehandling
Name[no]=Tekstbehandler
Comment[no]=AbiWord Tekstbehandler
Name[pt]=Processador de Texto
Comment[pt]=AbiWord Processador de Texto
Name[es]=Procesador de textos Abiword
GenericName[es]=Procesador de textos
Comment[es]=Procesador de textos Abiword
Name[fr]=Traitement de texte AbiWord
GenericName[fr]=Traitement de texte
Comment[fr]=Traitement de texte de Gnome Office
Name[pl]=Edytor tekstu AbiWord
Comment[pl]=Edytor tekstu AbiWord


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~##Icon=## - If the icon is in folder ##/usr/share/pixmaps/## there is no need to include the its path (JWM automatically looks here)


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~##Categories=## - Entry controls which submenu they appears in. Run ##fixmenus## and restart window manager after making alterations.
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~##Categories=## entry controls which submenu they appears in. Run ##fixmenus## and restart window manager after making alterations.


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~##.desktop## files are the standard way for Linux programs to provide information about themselves and how they are run. These files are stored at ##/usr/share/applications##. Many programs come ready with a .desktop file. If a menu entry is required include one. Here is the example of [[AbiWord AbiWord's]]:-
~##Exec=## - Program's execute line. No need to include '%F' because a program started from a menu won't have a file passed to it.
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~##.desktop## files are the standard way for Linux programs to provide information about themselves and how they are run. These files are stored at ##/usr/share/applications##. Many programs come ready with a .desktop file, include one if a menu entry is required. Here is the example of [[AbiWord AbiWord's]]:-
~##Exec=## Programs execute line


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~[[AppsDesktop .desktop file]]


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~[[JWMMenuCategory Menu Entry]]
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~[[MenuEntry Menu Entry]]


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====.desktop files====
~##.desktop## files are the standard way for Linux programs to provide information about themselves and how they are run. These files are stored at ##/usr/share/applications##. Many programs come ready with a .desktop file, include one if a menu entry is required. Here is the example of [[AbiWord AbiWord's]]:-
~%%[Desktop Entry]
Exec=abiword
Icon=/usr/share/icons/abiword_48.png
Terminal=false
Type=Application
Categories=X-DocumentUtility;
StartupNotify=true
X-Desktop-File-Install-Version=0.9
MimeType=application/x-abiword;text/x-abiword;text/x-xml-abiword;text/plain;application/msword;application/rtf;application/vnd.plain;application/xhtml+xml;text/html;application/x-crossmark;application/docbook+xml;application/x-t602;application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text;application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text-template;application/vnd.oasis.opendocument.text-web;application/vnd.sun.xml.writer;application/vnd.stardivision.writer;text/vnd.wap.wml;application/wordperfect6;application/wordperfect5.1;application/vnd.wordperfect;application/x-abicollab;
Name=AbiWord WordProcessor
GenericName=Word Processor
Comment=Compose, edit, and view documents
Name[de]=Textverarbeitung
Comment[de]=AbiWord Textverarbeitung
Name[nb]=Tekstbehandling
Comment[nb]=AbiWord Tekstbehandling
Name[nl]=Tekstverwerker
Comment[nl]=AbiWord tekstverwerker
Name[nn]=Tekstbehandling
Comment[nn]=AbiWord Tekstbehandling
Name[no]=Tekstbehandler
Comment[no]=AbiWord Tekstbehandler
Name[pt]=Processador de Texto
Comment[pt]=AbiWord Processador de Texto
Name[es]=Procesador de textos Abiword
GenericName[es]=Procesador de textos
Comment[es]=Procesador de textos Abiword
Name[fr]=Traitement de texte AbiWord
GenericName[fr]=Traitement de texte
Comment[fr]=Traitement de texte de Gnome Office
Name[pl]=Edytor tekstu AbiWord
Comment[pl]=Edytor tekstu AbiWord
Name[ja]=AbiWord ワードプロセッサ
Comment[ja]=AbiWord ワードプロセッサ%%
~##Exec=## Programs execute line
~##Categories=## entry controls which submenu they appears in. Run ##fixmenus## and restart window manager after making alterations.
~[[DesktopApplicationIntegration Desktop Application Integration]]
~[[MenuEntry Menu Entry]]
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====Configure ""PuppyMenu""====
==Tools to add and remove items==
~The is easiest way is to use [[MenuEntryMaker Menu Entry Maker]] or [[Pmenu]] which allow visual editing.
==Creating a menu entry for Puppy==
~##.desktop## files are the standard way for Linux programs to provide information about themselves and how they are run. These files are stored at ##/usr/share/applications##. The ##Categories=## entry controls which submenu they appears in. Run ##fixmenus## and restart window manager after making alterations. See [[AppsDesktop .desktop]] for more informaton.
==How to make a new submenu in the JWM menu==
~1. Create a new ##.menu## file in ##/etc/xdg/menus## for your submenu, ensure the categories you want are in the submenu are included.
~2. Edit ##/etc/xdg/templates/_root_.jwmrc## to tell it about he new ##.menu## file you made.
~3. A program's ##.desktop## file (in ##/usr/share/applications##) sets its category and therefore which submenu it appears in.
~4. To set the icon creat a ##.directory## file in ##/usr/share/desktop-directories##.
~5. Enter the commands ##fixmenus## then ##jwm -restart## to update Puppy
==Related Links==
~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=63006 How I customize my Puppy menu (for jwm) - Method 1
]]
~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=63009 How I customize my Puppy menu (for jwm) - Method 2
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