Friday, October 9, 2009

Dmenu 0.4 released

A new version of dmenu has been released.

Dmenu 0.4 is finally out. Welcome scahoo and 1@qbQD4T5Z0949 to join the team. Special thanks goes to 1@qbQD4T5Z0949 for packaging up 0.4 release.

Here is the changelog for 0.4.
- Change SearchPath to a string list to allow multiple search paths
- Menu sound effect
- Sub-menu support
- Fix parsing of multiple args
- Added UTF8 support. UTF8 chars in theme.cfg name strings, and file selector will display the UTF8 chars accordingly. Font file specified by the theme need
to contain the necessary chars.
- Menu wrapping when left or right key pressed at begining or end of Menu respectively. Same for MenuItem (up/down).
- File selector wrapping at begining and end of file list.
- Easier file selection. Use Y + up/down to scroll 1 page at a time
- Added OSD.
- Menuitem text overlapping problem should be fixed now.
- Fixed problem of passing multiple args when launching a program
- Persist index of selected menu/menuitem

by 1@qbQD4T5Z0949
- Default theme created.
- Added SoundVolume control ([L]:-5% / [R]:+5%)
- Added Brightness control ([X]:LevelUp / [Y]:LevelDown)
- Added SoundVolume & Brightness Icons.
- Added configuration files for SoundVolume & Brightness settings.
- Added resources directory for dmenu.(/usr/local/home/.dmenu/)

Download is at http://code.google.com/p/dmenu/downloads/list

Dingoo A320 forum

4 comments :

  1. "Use Y + up/down to scroll 1 page at a time"
    "Added Brightness control ([X]:LevelUp / [Y]:LevelDown) "

    So the screen gets dimmer whenever you scroll by page? Or am I missing something?

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  2. VIDEO OF THE NEW DMENU

    http://dingoo.ning.com/profiles/blogs/novo-dmenu-04

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  3. Brightness control is only effective when you are at main menu. Page up/down is only effective when you are at file selector. Both will not be active at the same time.

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  4. I'm trying to figure out what to do with the download :s

    I have Toddlers package I think. Do I just replace the demenu folder and add the contents of the home folder?

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