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Any way to put more than 11 app entries on the initial menu?
Any way to put more than 11 app entries on the initial menu? –
LaunchElf provides 11 button assignements, each one for a different application. Is there a "paging" system, where I could put more than 11 aplications on the inicial LE menu?
That depends on what you mean by "inicial"...
Originally Posted by bootsector
LaunchELF can have any number of CNF files, each of which defines up to 11 launch buttons, and you can switch between CNFs simply by pressing the Left/Right arrow buttons of the D-pad. There are also some special menu commands for it, which become visible once you have enabled multiple CNF pages.
That is done in the "STARTUP SETTINGS" submenu of the "CONFIG" menu. There you simply raise the value of the entry "NUMBER OF CNF's: 1" to whatever number of pages you want. But I don't recommend having too many, as that just gets confusing, since you may have to switch pages repeatedly to reach the one you need. I never use more than three pages myself. Much more than that, and it becomes just as easy to browse for the programs instead. (Especially with the new PathPad feature of v3.61 )
As always for "STARTUP SETTINGS", you need to reboot for these to take effect. Also, if you want the extra pages to be loaded from the same folder as the program (assuming this is not on HDD), rather than from "mc0:/SYS-CONF/", then you need to create those files in the program folder. You can do this simply by adding renamed copies of your old CNF.
The names for the CNF files are based on indexes, starting with 0 for the first, though that index is never used in the name. So the names follow this pattern:
Page 0: LAUNCHELF.CNF
Page 1: LAUNCHELF1.CNF
Page 9: LAUNCHELF9.CNF
You can use different 'skins' for each CNF page, or you can simply give them different menu titles (shown at top left), so you can tell them apart even if they use identical skins and/or colour setups. Those things are all handled via the "SCREEN SETTINGS" submenu.
Best regards: dlanor
Thanks for the info, dlanor! This multi CNF's method really solved my problem!