On 07/31/2012 09:55 AM, Calvin Morrison wrote: > I am also heavily dependent upon MiniCli - I don't want to change it, > just to extend it. > > Calvin But whatever you do, DO NOT make it behave like the KDE4 version that tries to think for you!!! ALT-F2, you type in the name of the executable, that's it, no other crap pops up on the screen, no other crap appears in a listbox, it doesn't talk back and provide any sass, it just does its job the exact same way it has been doing its job for years. No -- search my inbox, contacts, don't list my recent documents, don't offer to launch a URL, just pop up the icon for the executable I type in and run it... However, if you always remember to provide a configuration option to retain the original behavior, it can be a crazy as you want it. (A new feature is a bug if you can't turn it off!) The kde4 devs completely missed that concept. I kind of agree with Tim here, no need to KDE4'ify Alt+F2. With that said... "What were your ideas?" :) Things that could be useful: '#<man page name>' - opens man page in konqueror regardless of .html mimetype Currently if you have your mime-type set to open .html in kwrite (or other editor for development work), then the minicli launches the man page hypertext in kwrite. That could be fixed and improved. -- David C. Rankin, J.D.,P.E.