General Information
GMenu2X is a simple program launcher, originally developed for GP2X handheld. As GP2X is a gaming platform with only a few special-purpose keys, the key bindings, which are used on Ben NanoNote, may appear a little unusual currently. The documentation for the original GMenu2X is available here.
 Adding Menu files
If you want an icon of an application shows up in GMenu2X GUI, which is not yet added, you can create a menu file that looks like this:
title=joe icon=skin:icons/utilities-terminal.png exec=/usr/bin/joe wrapper=true
You need to put this file in the /usr/share/gmenu2x/sections/(name_of_the_section)/ folder.
Where (name_of_the_section) is the tab, e.g. applications, where you want the icon to appear. These menu files have no extension in their names, so the above menu file example can be called joe
 Key Bindings
 On the Ben
|original||NanoNote (2010-06-15)||NanoNote (2010-08-16)|
 Original Explanation
- X, Stick left: Goes up one directory in file browser.
- X: Cancel action.
- B, Stick press: Launch selected link / Confirm action.
- L, R: Switch between sections - PageUp/PageDown on lists.
- Y: Bring up the manual/readme.
- VOLDOWN: Decrease cpu clock
- VOLUP: Increase cpu clock
- VOLDOWN+VOLUP: Reset clock
- A+VOLDOWN: Decrease volume for the selected link
- A+VOLUP: Increase volume for the selected link
- A+VOLDOWN+VOLUP: Reset volume for the selected link
- SELECT: Bring up the contextual menu.
- START: GMenu2X options.
add more option in gmenu2x. then people can enable/disable it
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