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KDE automatically searches for and reads an existing .directory file located in a directory. A .directory file holds KDE configuration information used to determine how the directory is displayed. You can create such a file in a directory and place a setting in it to set display features, such as the icon to use to display the directory folder.
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With the KDE Control Center, you can configure your desktop and system, changing the way it is displayed and the features it supports (see Figure 9-10). You can open the Control Center directly to a selected component by selecting its entry in the K Menu Settings menu. The Settings menu displays a submenu listing the configuration categories. Select a category, and then select the component you want. For example, to configure your screen saver, select the screen saver config entry in the Desktop menu located in the Settings menu. The Control Center can be directly started by either clicking the Control Center icon in the panel or selecting Control Center from the K Menu.
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Figure 9-10: KDE Control Center The Control Center window is divided into two panes. The left pane shows a tree view of all the components you can configure and the right pane displays the dialog windows for a selected component. On the left pane, components are arranged into categories whose titles you can expand or shrink. The Applications heading holds entries for configuring the KDE file manager's Web browser features, as well as its file management operations. Under Desktop, you can set different features for displaying and controlling your desktop. For example, the Background entry enables you to select a different background color or image for each one of your virtual desktops. Other desktop entries enable you to configure components such as the screen saver, the language used, and the window style. Some entries enable you to configure your mouse, key mappings, network connections, sound events, and window components. You can change key bindings for any of the window operations or standard operations, such as cut and paste. You can also change any of the specialized key mappings, such as the ALT-TAB key, that moves through your open applications, CTRLTAB, which moves through your virtual desktops, or ALT-F2, which displays a dialog box for executing commands. Configuration components are actually modules. In future releases, more modules will be included as more applications and tools are added to the K Desktop. See the Help viewer for a current listing of K Desktop configuration modules.
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Your .kde directory holds files and directories used to maintain your KDE desktop. The .desktops directory holds KDE desktop files whose icons are displayed on the desktop. Configuration files are located in the .kde/share/config directory. Here, you can find the general KDE configuration file kfmrc, as well as configuration files for different KDE components. krootwmrc holds configuration commands for your root window, kwmrc for the window manager, ksoundrc for sound, and kcmpanelrc for your panel. You can place configuration directives directly in any of these files-for example, to have the left mouse button display the Application Starter on the desktop, place the following lines in your krootwmrc file:
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As you install new kinds of programs, they may use files of a certain type. In that case, you will need to register the type with KDE so that it can be associated with a given application or group of applications. For example, the MIME type for GIF images is image/gif, which is associated with image-viewing programs. You use the KDE Control Center to set up a new MIME type or to change MIME type associations with applications. Select the File Association entry under File Browsing. This will list MIME types and their associated filename extensions. Select an entry to edit it, where you can change the applications associated with it. KDE saves its MIME type information in a separate file called mimelnk in the KDE configuration directory. To change the associated application for a particular file, you find the application with the file manager and then right-click it and select Edit File Type. This displays a window with two panels: General and Embedded. On the General menu, you can add an extension by clicking the Add button and entering the extension for the file type, using a * to match the prefix. For example, *.gif would match any file ending with .gif. In the Application Preference Order section, use the Add button to select the application you want associated with the file. You can have several applications for a single file, changing the preference order for them as you wish. Click the Apply button to save your changes.
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