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Apwal

Apwal is a simple application launcher. It displays icons around the mouse with transparency when it is called. The position of the icons is relative to the current position of the cursor. An easy to use editor with an icon selector allows users to configure it. Filters are available to simplify the search of icons (by extension, resolution, recursive path search, name filter with wildcard pattern, etc.).

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  •  20 Dec 2004 18:40

    Release Notes: New GTK2 widgets were integrated. Code which became obsolete due to new GTK2 features was cleaned up. The "--config" option was added, and provides a simple way to create submenus. A busy cursor is now shown when loading icons.

    •  28 Jan 2004 18:39

      Release Notes: Simplification, homogenization, and improvement of the editor interface (use of entries rather than tree view, highlight incorrect values, removal of unnecessary fields, more coherent buttons, etc.). A progress bar when loading icons has been added. The directory selector has been rewritten. The dependency on procfs has been removed. The few known bugs have been corrected.

      •  03 Dec 2003 09:54

        Release Notes: This version adds a directory selector, which has Tab completion and easy navigation keys, and replaces the file selector when choosing pixmap and execution paths. A few bugs are resolved.

        •  26 Nov 2003 00:46

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

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