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To configure individual panels, you use the Panel Properties dialog box To display this dialog box, you right-click the particular panel and select the Properties entry in the pop-up menu For individual panels, you can set general configuration features and the background The Panel Properties dialog box includes a tabbed pane, General and Background With version 24, GNOME abandoned the different panel types in favor of just one kind of panel with different possible features that give it the same capabilities as the old panel types
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On the General pane of a panel s Properties box, you determine how you want the panel displayed Here you have options for orientation, size, and whether to expand, auto-hide, or display hide buttons The Orientation entry lets you select which side of the screen you want the panel placed on You can then choose whether you want a panel expanded An expanded panel will fill the edges of the screen, whereas a nonexpanded panel is sized to the number of items in the panel and shows handles at each end Expanded panels will remain fixed to the edge of screen, whereas unexpanded panels can be moved, provided the Show Hide Buttons feature is not selected
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Expanded panels can be positioned at any edge of your screen You can move expanded panels from one edge of a screen to another by simply dragging the panel to another edge If a panel is already there, the new one will stack on top of the current one You cannot move unexpanded panels in this way Bear in mind that if you place an expanded panel on the side edge, any menus will be displayed across at the top corner to allow proper pop-up display The panel on the side edge will expand in size to accommodate its menus If you have several menus or a menu with a lengthy names, you could end up with a very large panel You can hide expanded panels either automatically or manually These are features specified in the panel properties General box as Auto Hide and Show Hide Buttons To automatically hide panels, select the Auto Hide feature To redisplay the panel, move your mouse to the edge where the panel is located You can enable or disable the Hide buttons in the panel s Properties window If you want to be able to hide a panel manually, select Show Hide Buttons Two handles will be displayed at either end of the panel You can further choose whether to have these handles display arrows You can then hide the panel at any time by clicking either of the Hide buttons located on each end of the panel The Hide buttons are thin buttons showing a small arrow This is the direction in which the panel will hide
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Whereas an expanded panel is always located at the edge of the screen, an unexpanded panel is movable It can be located at the edge of a screen, working like a shrunken version of an expanded panel, or you can move it to any place on your desktop, just as you would an icon An unexpanded panel will shrink to the number of its components, showing handles at either end You can then move the panel by dragging its handles To access the panel menu with its Properties entry, right-click either of its handles To fix an unexpanded panel at its current position, select the Show Hide Buttons feature on its Properties box This will replace the handles with Hide buttons and make the panel fixed Clicking a Hide button will hide the panel to the edge of the screen, just as with expanded panels If an expanded panel is already located on that edge, the button for a hidden unexpanded panel will be on top of it, just as with a hidden expanded panel The Auto Hide feature will work for unexpanded panels placed at the edge of a screen If you want to fix an unexpanded panel to the edge of a screen, make sure it is placed at the edge you want, and then set its Show Hide Buttons feature
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