You can extend Cameyo's toolbar with your own custom buttons.

To do this, set the config PowerTag !EXTRATOOLBTNS using the following syntax: [name] | [action] | [icon], where:

  • action can be one of the following action types, depending on the syntax:
    • URL: "http[s]://", example: ""
    • Cameyo app execution: "#msg-app-[appid]", example: "#msg-app-636296758959995072"
    • Keypress: "#msg-keybd-[keyboard key]" emulates a keyboard keypress, following Microsoft's standard as described here. Example: "#msg-keybd-%{RIGHT}"
  • icon can be one of the following image types, depending on the syntax:
    • Picture from any URL: "http[s]://", example: "https ://"
    • Material Google icon: "[icon keyword]" one of Google's predefined material icons listed here.

Multiple buttons can be specified, separated by semi-colon (";").


!EXTRATOOLBTNS=Test|#msg-app-636296758959995072;Notepad|#msg-app-25341625830944;VLC|#msg-app-93544712645557;F11|#msg-keybd-{F11}|tab;Alt+Left arrow|#msg-keybd-%{LEFT}|keyboard_arrow_left;Alt+Right arrow|#msg-keybd-%{RIGHT}|keyboard_arrow_right;CNN||

Which is equivalent to a list of the following items:

Resulting in something like the following, depending on your toolbar type:

User apps: %APPS% keyword

To publish all user-accessible apps, you can use the special keyword %APPS% or %APPS:Unpublished%. The difference between the two is that the former only includes apps published to the portal, while the latter includes unpublished apps too. Only command-line apps assigned to the same server cluster are included in both cases. Examples: