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A flexible menu providing formatting options and bookmarks.
Cinnamenu is a full featured menu extension for Cinnamon. It is a fork and port of the GNOME Shell extension Gnomenu by The Panacea Projects.
- View apps in a list or grid.
- Dedicated column for places or favorites.
- Integrated bookmarks from Chrome, Chromium, Firefox, Opera, and Midori.
- Search through apps, files, bookmarks, and places simultaneously.
- Indicators for running apps.
- Removed extra tooling causing performance issues.
- Fixed some Clutter errors occurring when adding/removing favorites.
- Moved the Favorite Apps category to the bottom of the category list.
- Added a feature allowing you to evaluate math expressions from the search field.
- Fixed various CJS warnings.
- Fixed the application list view having excessive width.
- Refined the width for the grid at all column counts.
- Fixed the search box height for some themes.
- Made the applet compatible for Cinnamon Git.
- Added ability to toggle bookmarks
- Increased the resolution of the applet icon
- Category buttons are now deactivated while searching
- Translation file restructuring thanks to NikoKrause
- Test bug fix for users encountering the menu not displaying when clicked
- Fixed the menu expanding in height and width when toggled open, and expanding beyond its allocated dimensions
- Improved the applet's memory consumption.
- Search results now appear in their order of relevance, not by their type.
- Search functionality now uses fuzzy search via Fusion-JS.
- Reimplemented the context menu.
- Overhauled theme compatibility.
- Added a (default) option to scale grid icons based on how many apps are in the list to make the best use of the screen space.
- Porting from GNOME Shell is complete, and most of the functionality is restored from the original version.
- Migrated most of the styling to Cinnamon's CSS.
- Add keyboard support.
- Clean up and organize existing localization files, and add new translations.