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Menu

Updated Jul 19, 2003 by Jiri Krivanek


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Acecae
Comment #1 Thursday, April 17, 2003 9:45 PM
put Ms Office in the argument line...you might have to edit KkMenu config file. should look something like this I removed Power Point(dont have) [Image]
File Name = "Kk Menu Aqua.png"
Alpha = 192
Metrics: A-V = 64,16,32,16,64,0,64,80,112,128,64,32,16,64,0,80,160,208,256,288,368
Font: Face,Size,Style(BIU) = "Arial",16,"B"
Font Normal Color: R,G,B,A = 0,0,0,255
Font Highlighted Color: R,G,B,A = 255,255,255,255
Menu Item Border Width = 4

[Ms]
Word = "I","word_rainbow2003.png","c:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\WINWORD.EXE",""
Separator = "S"
Excel = "I","excel_rainbow2003.png","c:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\EXCEL.EXE",""
The Asthetic Ahi
Comment #2 Thursday, April 17, 2003 10:45 PM
How do I put MS Office in the argument line? The test works perfectly, I just don't know how to make it work in the dock.
cjorli
Comment #3 Thursday, April 17, 2003 11:42 PM
Got it working, it's pretty sweet. Great job!
Zero VII 30
Comment #4 Friday, April 18, 2003 12:49 AM
Took a second for me to figure out (and tweak for my benefit.. ), but damn, is this a nice little app. Saves a ton of clutter on my ObjectDock! Well Done!
Jairo Boudewyn
Comment #5 Friday, April 18, 2003 1:07 AM
It`s very complicated for anyone. The idea is great and a big avanced for this program, but is very dificult write this lines. I offer my aid to you for the design, since to use the icons that
it designs for office, please tell me if you need aid as far as design
that with taste I help you. (sorry my bad english )
cloud_2900
Comment #6 Friday, April 18, 2003 1:08 AM
Help how do i get this to work? the test works but i dont know how to put this in the dock.
please email me destroyer_2900@hotmail.com if u can help me (
pumopumo pumopumo
Comment #7 Friday, April 18, 2003 3:59 AM
Perfect program - and what more - from a Czech, a fellow-countryman Only hope this functionality will be added directly to ObjectDock soon and will be skinnabel cos it does not match my current skin. Very well done although for "users" a bit difficult to figure out, how to make it work and customize it.
badblueboy
Comment #8 Friday, April 18, 2003 6:06 AM
Great.

but can you explain how to implement the programms( Excel, Power Point and Word)into one icon.

badblueboy
hashonboat
Comment #9 Friday, April 18, 2003 7:02 AM
I put ms office in the arguments now it says can't load Kkmenu.png. Where is that file supposed to be put. I have the menu folder in "object Dock" directory
Acecae
Comment #10 Friday, April 18, 2003 7:06 AM
mine says it once in awhile all i do is redo the link for KkMenu.exe and it works
badblueboy
Comment #11 Friday, April 18, 2003 7:37 AM
????????????????

badblueboy
The Asthetic Ahi
Comment #12 Friday, April 18, 2003 8:52 AM
Step 1: To make the programs work you have to edit the filepath thats in KkMenu.ini with notepad. Under [MS Office] u'll see the program title, its icon, then its file path. Change the filepath to where the program is.
Step 2: Make a new shortcut in objectdock, set the link to where u have kkmenu.exe, for example ( C:\Program Files\ObjectDock\KkMenu.exe). Then set the Arguments in the new shortcut to "MS Office" (with quotation marks).
Step 3: Figure out how this works and personalize it.

Good Luck
The Asthetic Ahi
Comment #13 Friday, April 18, 2003 9:26 AM
Oh yeah, kudos to Jiri for the wonderful program LOL

w00t!
Zero VII 30
Comment #14 Friday, April 18, 2003 9:33 AM
I'm now having the same problems as hashonboat.. It's giving me an error saying it can't load Kk Menu Aqua.png.. I've tried everything, and it had worked fine before, I'm not sure what's going on.. The test Batch File still seems to work. I've checked the arguments in my shortcut, Any suggestions?
The Asthetic Ahi
Comment #15 Friday, April 18, 2003 10:20 AM
Try making two copies of the KK Menu Aqua.png, inside the folder where the kkmenu.exe is and 1 folder level up from it.

hope it works
ButchertheLupo
Comment #16 Friday, April 18, 2003 10:48 AM
This is a great App. It is very customizable through the KKMenu.ini file. Great Work!!
Stockholm Syndrome
Comment #17 Friday, April 18, 2003 3:44 PM
this is great! thanks. had to move a DLL around (gdiplus.dll, had to put it in the system32 folder for some reason) and now it's working great. saves me a ton of room too.
Gilles BRENNER
Comment #18 Thursday, April 24, 2003 4:53 AM
Hope this will help:

Step 1: Create a new shortcut in ObjectDock

Step 2: Edit the new shortcut (Right Click)

Step 3: Set the link to KkMenu.exe (ex: C:\Program Files\Menu\KkMenu.exe)

Step 4: Type "MS Office" on the argument line with quotation marks

Step 5: You can modify several things by editing the KkMenu.ini file with NotePad.
For example, if you want to replace the original icon of your program, paste your own icon in the KkMenu directory and change its name in KkMenu.ini (ex: Word = "I", "MyIcon.png", "C:\Program Files...). Do not forget to specify the right extension (.ico or .png).

Step 6: If the program you try to launch does not work, see if its filepath in KkMenu.ini is correct or check if the quotation marks (,"") are at the end of each line


If you want to create a new menu, it is quite simple

Step 1: Open KkMenu.ini and create a new directory (with the name [Games], for example)

Step 2 : Type the shortcut commands and respect the right syntax: MyGame = "I","MyGame.ico","c:\Program Files\MyGame\MyGame.exe",""

Step 3: Make a new shortcut in ObjectDock and edit the items. Title: Games / Link: C:\Program Files\Menu\KkMenu.exe (for example) / Arguments: "Games" with the quotation marks

That's it !

NB: Everytime you reboot Windows and you try to launch KkMenu, it says "Could not load image Kk Menu Aqua.png"
Here is the solution: Make a right click, select "Browse", go to KkMenu.exe, select "Open" and "OK".
Jiri Krivanek
Comment #19 Thursday, April 24, 2003 6:12 AM
"
NB: Everytime you reboot Windows and you try to launch KkMenu, it says "Could not load image Kk Menu Aqua.png"
Here is the solution: Make a right click, select "Browse", go to KkMenu.exe, select "Open" and "OK".
"

Did you try to download the update (1.10)? I thought I fixed this bug.

Kk.
Sven Lowry
Comment #20 Friday, April 25, 2003 11:18 AM
Ok, here's how I got it to work for custom menus:
extract all the files with pathnames to the object dock directory, then copy the kkmenu.exe, kkmenu.ini and the aqua png file to the actual objectdock directory (they should be in the objectdock\menu directory)
Open up the kkmenu.ini file, and delete everything after the first block of text, ie: everything after, and including the [MS office] line.
Enter the menu name in square brackets where [ms office] was - eg: [Programs] or [Games]
Then type the following for each item you want on the menu:
Program name = "I","icon you want to use.png","drive:\folder\program name.exe",""

For example:
[Games]
Solitaire = "I","cards.png","C:\windows\system32\sol.exe",""

then right click on the kkmenu.exe file, and goto create shortcut.
Drag the shortcut to where you want it on the OD, then right click on the new image it just made for you. Set the display name to Games, and in the arguements box type Games. set the icon you want and go OK
left clicking on the new icon should bring up a menu with Solitaire on

to add a different menu, just change Games to Programs or whatever you want to call the menu
HTH!

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