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Simple "Start" menu button for tint2

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http://crunchbanglinux.org – Intro:Many people like to use "Start" menus for many reasons (New to Linux from windows, convenience, and NOT wearing out the right clicker on a laptop).  I needed a menu button in my panel for the last reason stated above, but I fif not want to have to install  XFCE4 panel, or lxpanel.  I wanted something I could use with tint2, such as the existing OpenBox menu.  So after an hour or so, I came up with a solution.Overview:In order to open the menu, we need to simulate a right click or super key+space.xdotool does the trick.  (less than 200KB)We create a .des (HowTos)