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First of, I'm really glad that I found this application.

I used to use RunIt ( <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href=""></a><!-- m --> ) as a replacement for the start menu.

While TLB is a lot more powerful than runit, there's still one thing I'd love to see in it, and I think many others will love it, once they used it.

You can setup runit in a way that the menu opens when you go with the cursor to the top border of the screen and then push the right mouse button.

this one row of pixel is not really a loss, it's really fast as you don't have to aim for one spot, plus it works without using the keyboard.

By the way, the source code of runit is available here <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href=""></a><!-- m --> if this is of any help.

Best, and keep up the great work!
Here you can find a small utility Desktop Keys. It can be used with True Launch Bar to open TLB menus on desktop right click. Not exactly the same what you request, but maybe this will help.
Thank you for the reply, and taking the time looking into the matter.

The keyboard short cut is basically fine, but it's useful when you're on the phone, and you have only one hand free. And, oh well, I'm just used to it Wink

In case anyone cares, I "solved" the problem for me with this tool:

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It let's you connect a mouse gesture (middle or right click) to a short cut.