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Adding applications to a panel is easy. For an application already in the main menu, you only need to go to its entry and right-click it. Then select the Add This Launcher To Panel entry.
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An application launcher for that application is then automatically added to the panel. Suppose you use gEdit frequently and want to add its icon to the panel, instead of having to go through the main menu all the time. Right-click the gEdit menu entry and select the Add This Launcher To Panel option. The gEdit icon now appears in your panel. To add an application icon not in the Main menu, first right-click the panel to display the popup menu and select the Add New Launcher entry. This opens the Create Launcher Applet window for entering properties for the applications launcher. You are prompted for the application name, the command that invokes it, and its type. To select an icon for your launcher, click the Icon button. This opens the Icon Picker window, listing icons from which you can choose. You can also group applications under a Drawer icon. Clicking the Drawer icon displays a list of the different application icons you can then select. To add a drawer to your panel, rightclick the panel and select the Add Drawer entry. If you want to add a whole menu of applications on the main menu to your panel, right-click the menu title displayed at the top of the menu and select the Add This As Drawer To Panel entry. The entire menu appears as a drawer on your panel, holding icons instead of menu entries (see Figure 8-11). For example, suppose you want to place the Internet applications menu on your panel. Right-click the Internet item and select Add This As Drawer To Panel. A drawer appears on your panel labeled "Internet", and clicking it displays a pop-up list of icons for all the Internet applications.
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Figure 8-11: Gnome panel drawers and menus A menu differs from a drawer in that a drawer holds application icons instead of menu entries. You can add menus to your panel, much as you add drawers. To add a submenu in the main menu to your panel, right-click the menu title and select the Add This As Menu To Panel entry. The menu title appears in the panel; you can click it to display the menu entries.
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You can also add directory folders to a panel. Click and drag the Folder icon from the file manager window to your panel. Whenever you click this Folder button, a file manager window opens, displaying that directory. You already have a Folder button for your home directory. You can add directory folders to any drawer on your panel.
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To move any object on the panel, even the Menu icon, just drag it with the middle mouse button. You can also right-click on it and choose Move Applet to let you move the applet. You can move it either to a different place on the same panel or to a different panel. When moving objects, you can have them either push over, switch with, or jump over other objects that they run into on the panel. To push over an object, you hold the SHIFT key down while moving the object. To switch with an object, you hold down the CTRL key; and to jump over an object, you hold down the ALT key. To remove an object from the panel, right-click on it to display a pop-up menu for it and then and choose the Remove From Panel entry.
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You open the main menu by clicking its button on the panel. The Main Menu button is a stylized picture of a bare foot. It is initially located on the left side of your panel, the lower left-hand corner of your screen. You only need to single-click the Main Menu button. You needn't keep holding your mouse button down. The menu pops up much like the Start menu in Windows. You can configure menus using the Menu Properties dialog box. To change the properties for a menu on the panel, including the main menu, right-click its icon in the panel and select the Properties entry. This displays the Menu Properties dialog box, which has two sections: Menu Type and Main Menu. In the Main Menu section, you can set properties for that main menu. Several possible submenus can be displayed on the main menu, either directly or in other submenus. You can choose from the System, Applets, Favorites, KDE, and distribution menus. You can place these menus on the main menu or make them submenus. Distribution menus are those used for a specific distribution like Red Hat that are not specifically Gnome applications. KDE is used for KDE applications, if the KDE desktop is also installed on your system. You can customize the main menu, adding your own entries, with the Menu Editor. To start the Menu Editor, select the Menu Editor entry in the Setting submenu located in the main menu. The Menu Editor is divided into two panes, the left being a tree view of the main menu. You can expand or shrink any of the submenus. The right pane holds configuration information for a selected entry. There are two panels: basic and advanced. The basic panel displays the name, command, and application type, as well as the icon. You can click the icon to change it. You can also change the Name, Command, or Type fields. To add a new application, click the New Item button on the toolbar. The new item is placed in the currently selected menu. Enter the name, command, and type information, and then select an icon. Then click the Save button to add the entry to the menu. You can move the menu item in the menu by clicking the Up or Down Arrow button in the toolbar, or by dragging it
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with the mouse. If you are a user, remember you can only add entries to the User menu, not to the Systems menu. An easier way to add an application is to use the drag-and-drop method. Locate the application you want to add with the file manager, and then drag and drop its icon to the appropriate menu in the Menu Editor. The entry is made automatically, using configuration information provided for that application by the file manager.
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