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I added a cool new feature to MinMenu that allows the end user to specify any command or program, and to have the standard output of the command or program displayed in the top left corner of the screen. The output displays in a line-by-line ticker style, at the speed specified by the user.
The primary functional change is that the color themes for MinMenu have been moved into a separate plain-text file, which can be edited by the end user. End users may modify existing color themes or create new ones, and immediately select those themes from their local configuration file.
I have been working on an open-source project for several months now, a Linux console application written in C. I'm planning to use my blog here to announce minor-revision updates (0.x.0). I want to expose my application more to the outside world so I can start getting some user feedback and bug reports.