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In Unity (and not only, because DockBarX, Plank and Cairo Dock also support Unity quicklists), some applications use "quicklists" which allow you to access common tasks for those applications.

But not all applications have quicklists and if you want to add your own or create some custom launchers with quicklists, QLE Unity Quicklist Editor can make that very easy.

QLE Unity Quicklist Editor

QLE Unity Quicklist Editor lets you easily add or remove quicklist entries, add dividers, groups of actions, urls and so on.

QLE Unity Quicklist Editor features:
  • create custom Unity launchers with quicklists;
  • add new basic quicklists: you must manually enter the quicklist command;
  • add bew predefined quicklists: automatically create new quicklists that can: open a directory or an url, add a divider, add an application shortcut, LibreOffice module, add a VirtualBox VM, a rsync backup job or import one or more entries from another launcher;
  • edit existing quicklists: change the quicklists title or command or change their order;
  • change the Unity launcher icon;
  • remove quicklists;
  • reset quicklists.
QLE Unity Quicklist Editor

QLE Unity Quicklist Editor 2.0, released a couple of days ago, is a completely rewritten version which comes with various improvements under the hood compared to version 1 and a new interface.


Install QLE Unity Quicklist Editor In Ubuntu


QLE Unity Quicklist Editor is available in a PPA for all supported Ubuntu versions. Add the PPA and install it using the following commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:vlijm/qle
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install qle

If you don't want to add the PPA, you can simply download the latest QLE Unity Quicklist Editor deb from its Launchpad page.
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