GnoMenu - is a traditional styled full featured Gnome-Shell apps-menu, that aims to offer all the essentials in a simple uncluttered intuitive interface. Menu fully supports user theme integration and in addition themes that carry native support can be found here http://the-panacea-projects.deviantart.com/
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README.md

COURTESY OF THE PANACEA PROJECTS

CONTACT INFO: panacier@gmail.com

Gno-Menu

Gno-Menu is a traditional styled full featured Gnome-Shell apps menu, that aims to offer all the essentials in a simple uncluttered intuitive interface.

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  1. User options > Comprising of three categories ( Recent, Web and Places )

    a) Recent > Offers immediate access to all your recently used files and apps. b) Web > Offers all your internet browsing bookmarks in one place. NOTE: Requires installation of this package (gir1.2-gda-5.0)sudo apt-get install gir1.2-gda-5.0. c) Places > Offers access to your home directory, bookmarks and external drives. NOTE: Workspace thumbnails appear in the application categories area anticipating drag-n-drop action.

  2. View options > Comprising of two options ( Grid and List )

    a) Grid > Icons align in a grid pattern - App names are displayed at bottom of icons. b) List > Icons align vertically - App names and descriptions are displayed to the right.

  3. Search Bar > Search for installed apps, recently used files and bookmarks simultaneously.

    All relevant information is displayed according to categories.

  4. Favorites Panel > Here you can find all the Apps that you added to your favorites.

    a) Apps can be launched via mouse click or drag and drop on any desktop/workspace. NOTE: Workspace thumbnails appear in the application categories area when drag-n-drop is initiated.

  5. Categories/Workspace Box > Access App categories or Workspaces via right click.

    a) Categories > Access available apps via traditional styled application groups. b) Workspaces > Workspace selection using mouse click, with drag and drop functionality. NOTE: Right click to switch between Categories and Workspaces view.

  6. Power Options > Restart, suspend, power off, logout and lock functions in one place.

    a) Restart > Restarts gnome shell only. b) Suspend > Puts the operating system into sleep mode. c) Power Off > Brings up the shut down dialog. d) Log Out > Logs out current user. e) Lock > Locks the desktop of current user.

  7. Selected App Box > Gives a brief description of any menu item while hovering.

  8. Gear Icon > Launches Gnome Shell preferences dialog for easy configuration.