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You can try creating a .desktop file in /usr/share/applications (or ~/.local/share/applications, if only for one user) like explained here (works for other desktops too). To link this program to .asm files you first have to create a mimetype for .asm files. In order to do so you have to add/modify the line text/x-asm asm in ...


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There is an gnome extension called YAWL that shows icons on the top bar and it has an option to hide the app menu. The problem with this extension is that the icons that it shows on the top bar are ugly - just like the app menu. Here is the link to YAWL if you want https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/674/yawl-yet-another-window-list/


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I found a solution on the RStudio forum (here). The issue has reported several times (e.g. here and here). To enable the appmenu-qt for RStudio, link the qt4 menubar to the rstudio library folder. Run the following commands in a terminal: cd /usr/lib/rstudio/bin/plugins sudo ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/qt4/plugins/menubar Then (close and) start ...


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Alt exposes the menu, note the underlined letter for each menu item. Then press that letter while still holding the alt key. That will expose the menu, release alt + the letter key & use down & up arrow keys to navigate the menu, enter key to use selected item



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