Global Menu Support Is Coming Back to KDE Plasma 5
Global menu support, similar to that offered on the Ubuntu Unity desktop, is making its way backtothe KDE Plasma desktop.
KDE Plasma developer Sebastian Kügler mentions the feature in a blog post summary of arecentKDE developer meeting, writing:
“Missing is support for a global menu similar to how MacOS displays application menus outside of the app’s window (for example at the top of the screen).
“We’re currently working on bringing this feature, which was well-supported in Plasma 4 back in Plasma 5, modernized and updated to current standards.”
Kügler says the feature couldland as soon as the upcoming Plasma 5.9 release, adding that the return of thewindow bar menu is“a sign of the global menu returning to Plasma”.
Thismenu button, pictured upper-right, condenses the horizontal menu that wouldstraddles the top of an app window into avertical list accessible via one discretebutton.
Other tantalising tidbits from the meeting including plans for betterlocale support, effort to refine and improve the Breeze GTK, Qt and icon themes, and the possibility of moving from4 yearly releases to 3 in 2017 and 2018.KDE users among you: would you like to see support for a global menu return?
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