Since 20200503-171512-b13ef15f

You can define your own entries for the Launcher Menu using this configuration setting. The snippet below adds two new entries to the menu; one that runs the top program to monitor process activity and a second one that explicitly launches the bash shell.

Each entry in launch_menu is an instance of a SpawnCommand object.

return {
  launch_menu = {
      args = { 'top' },
      -- Optional label to show in the launcher. If omitted, a label
      -- is derived from the `args`
      label = 'Bash',
      -- The argument array to spawn.  If omitted the default program
      -- will be used as described in the documentation above
      args = { 'bash', '-l' },

      -- You can specify an alternative current working directory;
      -- if you don't specify one then a default based on the OSC 7
      -- escape sequence will be used (see the Shell Integration
      -- docs), falling back to the home directory.
      -- cwd = "/some/path"

      -- You can override environment variables just for this command
      -- by setting this here.  It has the same semantics as the main
      -- set_environment_variables configuration option described above
      -- set_environment_variables = { FOO = "bar" },