Little app to launch programs through a tiny (context) menu strip
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README.md

MenuLauncher

Little app to launch programs through a tiny (context) menu strip, excellent for placing it in a taskbar toolbar

Screenshot

How to use

Just download the latest release, place it wherever you like and create a shortcut to MenuLauncher.exe with at least one parameter - the folder where your shortcuts are in.

Available parameters

MenuLauncher.exe <FolderPath> [--no-icons] [--add-info-before=SomeText] [--add-info-below=SomeText] [--hide-left=N]

FolderPath is path to folder with shortcuts/elements to populate the menu from

--no-icons Don't show icons in the menu

--add-info-before Add some insensitive items on top of the menu

--add-info-below Add some insensitive items at the bottom of the menu

--hide-left Hide left N characters of every menu entry, useful if you use numbers for sorting

Other notes

  • Files containing only - characters (excluding file extension and left N characters defined in --hide-left) are replaced with separators in the menu

  • If shift is pressed on application start, the folder given in FolderPath will be opened instead of the menu shown

License

The MIT License (MIT)