Of course it wasn't. But I might suggest that the "Place .mnu files here or below to appear in Main Menu" in MAINMENU is confusing, at least to this newbie. Now that the iso & mnu are in MNU, I get the iso listed in the Main Menu. The alternate Title doesn't work. Not sure what $HOME$ is pointing to. I have "iftitle [if exist $HOME$/Puppy_precise-5.7.1.iso] Puppy Precise 5.7.1\n Puppy with persistence (save on reboot/subdown)" where Puppy_precise-5.7.1.iso is the name of my iso. Have no idea what \n... does. If there's documentation on this, I've sure missed it.
And I'm having a problem with txt files for alternate titles. I see no sample in docs. I've tried 2 in MAINMENU. For both, the iso & txt file names match, except for the extention, of course. No spaces in names. The files contain "title My menu name", where My menu name is per iso. The Puppy_Fatdog64 one does not show up, but the Puppy_slacko one does, with the alt name. huh?
I truly could live with these "as is", but asking about them here in hope that this is constructive feedback. If just I've missed existing documentation about these, I apologize.
Edit: Went back to new website & now see documentation on .txt files. Reading...
Edit2: Ok, now understand /n. Still don't know what $HOME$ points to. And still don't know why
Puppy_Fatdog64-630rc2.txt title Puppy Linux FatDog x64 doesn't show up at all on menu, including iso, but
Puppy_slacko-5.6-PAE.txt title Puppy Linux slacko 5.6 PAE works fine with alt title on menu
Edited by dianedebuda, 09 March 2014 - 11:55 PM.