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 setup: 
 
-- Add a mouse gesture for "pyrad.py": go into KDE systemsettings -> keyboard shortcuts -> add a gesture with the action "pyrad.py" (you might have to enable gestures in the settings, too - in the shortcuts-window you should find a settings button).
-- customize the menu by editing the file "~/.pyradrc" or right-clicking items.
+- Add "/usr/bin/pyrad.py" as script to your autostart (systemsettings->advanced->autostart) TODO: make it not show the GUI.
+- Run "/usr/bin/pyrad.py" to see it in your current session. 
+- You can now call it with Alt-F6 or Meta-F6.
 
-Alternate setup with dbus (much faster but incomplete): 
+set a mouse gesture: 
 
-- Add "/usr/bin/pyrad.py" as script to your autostart (systemsettings->advanced->autostart) TODO: make it not show the GUI
 - Add the mouse gesture to call D-Bus: Program: org.kde.pyRad ; Object: /MainApplication ; Function: newInstance
 - Alternately set the gesture to call the command "dbus-send --type=method_call --dest=org.kde.pyRad /MainApplication org.kde.KUniqueApplication.newInstance"
+- customize the menu by editing the file "~/.pyradrc" or right-clicking items.
 
 """
 
 - Use your gesture to call up the command wheel when you want to call one of your included programs.
 - Left-click the program to start it. You can also press the key shown in the programs tooltip for the same effect. 
 - Right-click an item to edit it. Middle-click an item to add a new one after it (clockwise).
-- Make folders by using the action [("kreversi", None), ("icon", "action"), ("icon2", "action2"), ...].
-  Actions are simply the commands you'd use on the commandline (there's no shell scripting though, except via `bash -c "for i in 1 2 3; do echo $i; done"`).
+- Make folders by clicking on the folder button and saving the item.Remove items by clicking on the remove button and saving the item. Actions are simply the commands you'd use on the commandline (there's no shell scripting though, except via `bash -c "for i in 1 2 3; do echo $i; done"`).
 
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