Re: Application menu.

> I've thought of one other concern about this.  The HIG basically forbids
> using menu items in your menubar that are multiple words, and for good
> reason.  This could be very difficult for some applications.  Take, for
> example, gucharmap.  I'm sure we don't want a 'gucharmap' menu.  We'd
> rather have a more human-friendly name, like the names used in the
> applications menu (not to be confused with the "Application Menu" we're
> discussing here).  But "Unicode Character Map" isn't a very good menu
> title.

How about using the application icon instead of a label ? 
I think this is not uncommon on other platforms. 
(I'm seeing it at least in ClearQuest, Opera and Excel on this Windows


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