- → (Ctrl+N)
Adds new menu item.
Adds new submenu.
Adds a new separator to the menu.
- → (Ctrl+S)
Saves the menu
- → (Ctrl+Q)
- → (Ctrl+X)
Cuts the current menu item to the clipboard. If you want to move menu item, you should first cut it to the clipboard, move to the destination place using the left panel, and use the function to paste the menu item from the clipboard.
- → (Ctrl+C)
Copies the current menu item to the clipboard. You can later use the function to paste the copied menu itemfrom the clipboard to its destination. You can paste the same item many times.
- → (Ctrl+V)
Paste menu item from the clipboard to currently selected place in the menu. You must first use or before you can .
- → (Del)
Deletes currently selected menu item.
This will restore the application launcher as it was as default and remove all your custom settings. A message box will ask you if you really want to do that.
Show or hide the toolbar
Customize the keyboard shortcuts
Customize the toolbar icons.
Open the Menu Editor settings dialog.
- → (F1)
Invokes the KDE Help system starting at the KDE Menu Editor help pages. (this document).
- → (Shift+F1)
Changes the mouse cursor to a combination arrow and question mark. Clicking on items within KDE Menu Editor will open a help window (if one exists for the particular item) explaining the item's function.
Opens the Bug report dialog where you can report a bug or request a “wishlist” feature.
Opens a dialog where you can edit the Primary language and Fallback language for this application.
This will display version and author information.
This displays the KDE version and other basic information.