Once version 1.1 goes stable I will ask the Mint devs if they will update the repos, if not there is still a way round it at leastHi,
I'm pleased that you like the menu! Unfortunately, the currently
released stable version can not be opened by a keyboard shortcut.
However, the development version can, and I plan to make a stable
release (version 1.1) in a week or so that can as well.
I'm not sure when Mint will update the menu, because I'm not involved
with their development, but I have heard that my PPA works with Mint. If
they don't update it you can get the latest stable version from here:
rkmugen wrote:I know I said this before about the "Applications Menu" plugin.... but it'd be great if either the next version of Whisker Menu or XFCE itself would let users bind stuff to the RELEASE (or letting-go) of a pressed super key. This has the added advantage of avoiding an unintentional pop-up of the Whisker Menu whenever the user presses a certain key stroke that involves holding down the super key and some other key. Just for reference, if you've ever used Windows, if you press and hold the Windows key,the menu won't show up until you let go of the Windows key.
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