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The login screen will display a picture alongside your name. You can click this and type your password to log in. You might be familiar with a similar system under Windows or Mac OS X. Users can choose their own login pictures by clicking System Preferences About Me. The About Me dialog box, shown in Figure 9-14, is designed for users to enter their personal details, such as their addresses, but they can also simply use it to choose photographs of themselves or to add pictorial icons. To do this, click the empty square alongside your name at the top of the dialog box. You ll be shown a file list of default icons to choose from, and you can also navigate to your own. Ideally, the image you choose should be square and 96 96 pixels, although if the picture is too large, it will be automatically scaled down. Click OK when you ve finished.
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Figure 9-14. The About Me dialog box
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Virtually the entire Ubuntu desktop can be redesigned and restructured. You can move the Applications menu from the top of the screen to the bottom to be more like Windows, for example, or you can add numerous desktop shortcuts to popular applications and/or files.
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Ubuntu s nearest equivalent to a Windows-style desktop shortcut is a launcher, and you can create a launcher that points to a program or a file. If a launcher is created for a file, Ubuntu will automatically launch the correct program to display the file. If you create a launcher to a .jpg file, for example, Ubuntu will know to launch the Eye of GNOME image viewer when the launcher is double-clicked.
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You can create a launcher two ways. One way is to simply click and drag an icon from one of the main menus to the desktop. This effectively copies the menu s launcher to the desktop, rather than creating a new launcher, but the effect is the same. The other way to create a launcher is to right-click the desktop and select Create Launcher. In the Create Launcher dialog box, select whether you want to create a launcher to a file or application from the Type drop-down list (the second option, Application in Terminal, will open a terminal window and run the program within it; this is only for specialized use). Then fill in the Name and Command fields.
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CHAPTER 9 PERSONALIZING UBUNTU: GETTING EVERYTHING JUST RIGHT
Alternatively, if you don t know the exact name and path of the file, click the Browse button, use the file browser dialog box to navigate to the file or program, and click to select it. (If you are creating a launcher to a program, you ll probably find it in /usr/bin, which stores most of the Linux programs you use from day to day.) The Comment field can be left blank. If it s filled in, it forms the tooltip text that will appear if you hover the mouse cursor over the launcher icon. To choose an icon for your launcher, click the icon button on the left side of the Create Launcher dialog box. You can select from several predefined icons, as shown in Figure 9-15, or choose your own picture by clicking the Browse button and navigating to the location of a saved icon. As with desktop backgrounds and themes, there are many icon sets available at http://art.gnome.org. Additional icon sets can be added by choosing System Preferences Appearance and looking under the Theme tab. In the bottom-right of the window, select Customize. You can drag and drop downloaded icon packs to the Icon tab, and they will be installed immediately. If you don t choose an icon, a stock GNOME icon is used.
Figure 9-15. Creating a launcher is easy. Just fill in the Name and Command fields, and choose an icon.
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