|Date added||February 12, 2011|
|Tags||104, 84, 86|
|short-description||Binary archive for 32-bit Linux.|
The TkSessionManager program is a simple but essentially complete program launcher application that includes an “electronic notepad”, which is just a text area where text can be pasted, typed, or used to collect the output of a program run at the command line. This text area can be saved to a text file or sent to a printer.
The TkSessionManager program implements a launcher menu that is fully user customizable. There is an integrated editor to edit the launcher menu or the menu file can be edited with a standard text editor. This menu can be defined to have sub-menus (cascading menus) and there is no defined limit controlling the depth of the sub-menus. The program
includes an actions menu for system wide actions. It starts a user-specified window manager and runs a session start up script to launch a user-defined set of initial applications.