by Rildo Pragana (http://freshmeat.net/~rildopraga/)
Tue, Aug 28th 2007 10:42
EasyRunner is a program launcher that is easy to operate. You add buttons
simply by clicking in an empty place on the main window grid and defining
its associated command. You can also have indefinite levels of sub-menus,
each with their own buttons and hotkeys. If wanted, you may lock the user
interface with a password to keep the end user from changing it.
EasyRunner is distributed as a platform-independent starkit.
A small improvement allows the argument list to be edited by choosing the
items and types of arguments in comboboxes. With this, the users don't
need to know anything about Tcl lists. The old way (brace-delimited lists)
still works. An <Escape>, besides <Control-Backspace>, will now navigate
back from a sub-menu.
Release focus: Minor feature enhancements
License: BSD License (original)
Project URL: http://freshmeat.net/projects/easyrunner/
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