Description of problem:
If a menu popup is too large for the screen (as in some GNOME
application menus), the menu has arrows to scroll through the items
list. Thus it takes very long to e.g. reach a menu item at the end of
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open e.g. GNOME Start menu -> Other
IMO it would be best to try to layout the menu in columns besides each
other instead of the scroller thing. If that's not feasible, it would
be good if you could "jump" a larger amount by clicking on an arrow.
Is your start menu broken with everything thrown into a single
category or something?
Applications need to avoid creating such long menus, that's
really the only answer here.
With GTK+-2.4.0 it's actually possible for apps to create gridded
menus, but this is not generally useful.
Note also there are two scroll speeds based on where you are
on the menu arrow.