On Thu, Feb 21, 2008 at 1:30 PM, Petter Holt Juliussen <mailinglists@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Simon Taylor skrev: > > > I don't like the idea of the app-icon (I don't see a good reason why > > this menu should be different from the others). In the same way as the > > file menu is called "File" regardless of the name of your file, > > "Application" makes perfect sense to me, and seems the obvious home > > for About... Options... and Quit. > This is probably the most logical way to do it. This would also make it > more consistent, not using the application-name itself. > 'Application' would have application-specific options, 'File' the > file-specific and so on. Don't know how it would look/work > in practice. > > +1 Also note that on MacOSX, it is really interesting to have the application name in the menubar because there is only one menubar on top. So the app name allows to easily know to which app the menu belong to. On Haiku, you don't need app name in the menu. So I'd prefer to have a menu called "Application".