By choosing "Properties" after alt clicking on an application, you can change many things about
the way the application appears and functions in geek.menu.
By clicking on the icon in the properties dialog, you can change the icon used by geek.menu for
This controls the text displayed by geek.menu
You can specify the parameters to pass to a given application.
This is another way to specify the geek.menu category for an application.
Automatically start with geek.menu
If this is checked, the application will automatically start when geek.menu is launched
If you've defined more than the default profile for an application, this allows you to control which
profile is used when the application is automatically started with geek.menu (see "Automatically
start with geek.menu" above)
This allows you to force an application to start minimized or maximized
Add New Profile
You can define multiple "profiles" for an application, which will allow you to launch an application
with different parameters. You define a caption for each profile, and can specify whether the
window should start minimized or maximized.
For example, by specifying the parameter "--incognito" for Google Chrome, you can have it
launch in incognito mode, or you could specify the profile to load for Portable Putty.
Each profile you define will appear as an item on the alt-click menu for the application