Here's the third of my patches. This one should probably be optional, which is why I've posted it separately from the other two. It adds no functionality as such to LogJam, aside from adding two accelerators (Ctl-I for Insert Image and Ctl-D for Open Draft); it's primarily a usability patch that rearranges the top-level menus into an order I find more intuitive. I always found the out-of-the-box top-level menu order in LogJam awkward and clumsy. I was constantly having to hunt back and forth on the bar for the menu I wanted, because they were placed with no apparent rhyme or reason, and after a couple of weeks of using it (about eight years ago now) I gave up, went into the code, and patched it to rearrange the menus in an order I found more usable.
This patch leaves the LogJam and Edit menus first, where they belong as standard menus that are always first in every application that has them. It then arranges the remaining menus in order of increasingly fine detail from left to right: View (application-global UI settings), Journal (selection of journals and operations on specific journals), Entry (actions on the current entry within a journal), Insert (insert high-level objects into the active entry), and last of all HTML (insert individual HTML formatting tags into the active entry).
Not every user will want this patch, but I find LogJam much easier to use with this modification, and wanted to put it out there in the event that other users want to try it.