Other languages:English • català • dansk • español • français • italiano • українська • 日本語 Homerun, a KDE Launcher Contents 1 Features 1.1 Application launcher 1.2 Document hierarchy browser 1.3 Running as a containment 2 Keyboard Shortcuts 3 External Links Features Homerun is a fullscreen launcher for KDE 4 series with content organized in tabs. A tab is composed of several "sources". A source can provide one or more sections to a tab. Homerun comes with a few built-in sources, but custom sources can be written using libhomerun. Homerun was replaced by the fullscreen version of the launcher in KDE 5 Plasma. Application launcher Homerun can browse your installed applications and start them or add them to the favorite list to be able to quickly start them from the homepage. Document hierarchy browser Homerun lists your favorite places and let you browse them: clicking an item from the "Favorite Places" section will list the content of this folder, making it possible for you to navigate your folders to open a document without having to use a file manager. Running as a containment Homerun can be used from a launcher button in a panel (like Kickoff), or as a containment (like the Search and Launch containment). Keyboard Shortcuts Arrow keys: Navigate in results Enter: Open highlighted result Ctrl + Page Up, Ctrl + Page Down: Switch tabs Ctrl + F: Move focus to search field Alt + Left, Alt + Right: Go back and forward (useful when browsing hierarchies) External Links Latest release: Tarballs on download.kde.org openSUSE packages Mageia i586 (32 Bits)/x86_64 (64 Bits) Development code: Git repository Nightly Kubuntu packages openSUSE packages Retrieved from "https://userbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Homerun&oldid=399150" Categories: DesktopWidgets This page was last edited on 27 August 2018, at 18:16. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.