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Depends: yad, firejail, firejail-profiles
firemenu presents a list of applications to the user and starts the selected application in a firejail sandbox.
You can regenerate and edit the list by pressing the Edit button in firemenu.
If firemenu can't find your graphical editor, or if you prefer a different one, you can set the other_editor variable in the head of the script: /usr/bin/firemenu
It's also possible to edit the list directly in ~/.config/firemenu.list Just comment out the apps you don't want to show in the menu.
Note: Adding apps to the list will only work if there is a firejail profile for that app. Firemenu reads the list of .profile files in /etc/firejail to determine which apps are eligible.
Note 2: This program does not have its own icon. Maybe it should.
On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in the directory "/usr/share/common-licenses"