My Shortcuts provides a quick and easy method to launch my most commonly opened websites and applications from a visually pleasing user interface. The shortcuts include everything from Planet Ubuntu to Rhythmbox.
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After doing the update, I am now having problems launching the app. I uninstalled it in the software center, rebooted and the app is still located under applications. I then went into the terminal and used the command - sudo apt-get purge xbmc xbmc-standalone then put in my password, then a few moments later it looked like it was finished.
In order to even begin creating such a menu, you would need to have a list of recently launched applications. One way to keep accomplish this is to use an intermediate script to launch all your application like:#!/bin/sh
echo $1 >> ~/recentapps && $1You would then launch your applications using scriptname programname.
It's not a HUGE problem because I have Dropbox in the Startup Applications, but I like to leave the launcher visible in Applications>Internet>Dropbox just in case I need to restart it for some reason. I've just realized today that it won't launch from there. ](*,) The command is "dropbox start -i". Does anyone know what the command actually should be? Thanks!