A new version of popular main menu replacement Cardapio has been released - with many features longed for by users. Amongst the changes sit reduced memory usage, interface enhancements and added support for Cardapio use with Docky.
Main menu replacement Cardapio can truly boast to be a lightweight app, with it now using just 5MB of RAM when in active use.
Popular menu-replacement utility Cardapio has just gained the ability to show your USB, iPod, etc, mountpoints under the ‘Places’ menu. Announcing the feature tvst – Cardapio’s developer – informs that ‘you can simply click on […]
Users of menu-applet replacement Cardapio will need to need to update their sources with a new PPA address in-order to continue receiving updates. The change over announcement, made on the projects’ launchpad page, states that […]
Cardapio – the awesome alternative main menu applet we’ve championed here on OMG! for some time – has a hidden secret: you can use it via Docky! How so? First check you’ve actually installed Cardapio […]
Since we first featured panel menu-replacement applet Cardapio several weeks back the application has evolved at an awesome pace – even my initial want for Zeitgeist integration is on the way! In case you haven’t […]
Bored of your regular applications menu? Swap it out with Cardápio- a panel applet menu replacement with plenty of features up its sleeve. It allows full access to all of your installed applications and system options […]