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You can add either just the Applications menu or the entire set of menus (Applications, Places, and System) to the panel at the bottom of the screen. This can help those who long for the Windows Start button approach to access programs.
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To add the Application, Places, and System menus to the panel at the bottom of the Ubuntu desktop, follow these steps: 1. 2. Right-click a blank spot on the bottom panel and select Add to Panel. In the dialog box that appears, click the Menu Bar option to add all three menus. You ll find this under the Utilities heading in the list; you ll need to scroll down to see it. Click the Add button at the bottom of the dialog box. Click the Close button.
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As an alternative to the Applications, Places, and System menus, you can add a Start-like button that offers submenus for all three menus. Here s how to add this button: 1. 2. Right-click a blank spot on the bottom panel and select Add to Panel. In the dialog box that appears, click the Main Menu option, as shown in Figure 9-17. You ll find this under the Utilities heading in the list; you ll need to scroll down to see it. Click the Add button at the bottom of the dialog box. Click the Close button.
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Figure 9-17. Use the Main Menu applet to add a Windows-like Start button to any panel on your screen.
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CHAPTER 9 PERSONALIZING UBUNTU: GETTING EVERYTHING JUST RIGHT
Deleting a Menu
Creating new instances of the menus won t delete the old ones. If you create a new Applications menu at the bottom of the screen, for example, the old Applications menu will remain at the top of the screen. In fact, you can have as many instances of the menus on the desktop as you wish, although this won t be a good use of desktop space! To delete any menu, simply right-click anywhere on that menu and select Remove from Panel.
Tip You can personalize the Applications and System menus by right-clicking either and selecting Edit Menus.
This will start the Main Menu program (also accessible from the System Preferences menu). Simply check or uncheck existing entries to add or remove them from the menus, or click the New Item button to create new entries. New application entries can be created as with the launchers discussed earlier.
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Modifying the Menus
You can modify how your menus are displayed by right-clicking on one of them and selecting the option Edit Menus. You should be aware that the configuration is the same for all the menus in your desktop, if you have more than one. You will be presented with a three-part window. To the left you will see the menu items, or categories. If you select one of those categories, its contents will be displayed in the Items section, in which you can check the items you want displayed on the menu, and uncheck those that are of no use to you. You can hide categories or individual applications. For example, select Applications in the Menus section, and uncheck the item Games. The next time you expand the Applications menu, the Games category will not be shown. But if you select the Applications Accessories menu and uncheck the item Calculator, the Accessories category will be displayed, but the Calculator won t. You can create custom direct access for your own categories or applications. Just select in the Menus section the location of your new element, and click New Menu to create a new category, or New Item to create an application launcher inside the current category. Click Close to save the changes, which will be effective immediately.
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