This allows the custommenus program to skip commented (#) lines when building the new /root/.jwmrc file. Notice that we have also changed the search string PUPPYMENU to USERMENU.
3.) Now edit /etc/xdg/templates/_root_.jwmrc and make copies of some of the lines that begin with PUPPYMENU that you would like to appear on the user’s custom Menu..
For example if you want the user to see the Internet icon on the custom Menu, just duplicate the Internet line and modify as follows and change the new line to start with USERMENU instead of PUPPYMENU:
8.) After cross-checking to make sure steps 5 through 7 have been followed correctly just run custommenus and verify the results.
9.) To hide an application from a menu entry edit the associated *.desktop file and add Hidden=true
to the file. Then run custommenus.
10.) With the above method you can switch between the default root Menu and the customized user menu. Run fixmenus to revert back to the root menu. Run custommenus to see your custom menu. It is that simple.