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You can use the Quicklaunch applet in the panel to start programs. The Quicklaunch applet holds a collection of small icons for application launchers. Click them to launch your application. The Quicklaunch applet can use only launchers that are already set up either on the main menu or on your desktop. To add a launcher to Quicklaunch, drag and drop the launcher to the Quicklaunch applet in the panel. A small icon is then created for it in the Quicklaunch applet. For main menu items, click an item and drag it to the Quicklaunch applet. Right-click a particular application's icon and select Properties to configure that launcher.
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You can configure different parts of your Gnome Interface using tools called capplets. Think of capplets as modules or plug-ins that can be added to enable you to configure various applications. Capplets exist for the core set of Gnome applications, as well as for other applications for which developers may have written capplets. To access capplets on Red Hat 7.2, you use the Start Here window and open the preferences window. This window will display icons for each category of capplets supported by the control center. Selecting one will open a window displaying icons for individual capplets. Double-clicking on a particular icon will open its caplet window. You can have several open at once (see Figure 8-12). You can also select a capplet from the Settings menu on the Gnome main menu.
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Figure 8-12: The Gnome Control Center Desktop capplets
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Tip It is possible to also open the Control Center window listing all capplets using an expandable tree. To do so, you need to enter the gnomecc command in a terminal window. Your Gnome system provides several desktop capplets you can use to configure your desktop: Background, Screensaver, Theme Selector, and Window Manager. You use the Background capplet to select a background color or image, the Screensaver capplet to select the screensaver images and wait time, the Theme selector to choose a theme, and the Window Manager capplet to choose the window manager you want to use. On the Gnome Default Editor entry, you choose an editor as your default editor for Gnome, the editor the Gnome file manager uses to open text files. The Gnome File Types capplet enables you to specify Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) type entries for your system, associating given MIME types with certain applications. Notice that basic MIME type entries are already present. You can edit an entry and change its associated application. Also listed are Multimedia and Peripheral capplets. For the sound configuration, you can select sound files to play for events in different Gnome applications. For your keyboard, you can set the repeat sensitivity and click sound. You can configure mouse buttons for your right or left hand, and adjust the mouse motion. With the Session Manager capplet, you can configure certain Gnome session features, specifying non-Gnome programs to start up and whether you want a logout prompt. Several User Interface capplets enable you to configure different interface components, such as menus, toolbars, and status bars. There are capplets for setting these features for applications, dialog boxes, and the Multiple Document Interface (MDI). You can specify whether toolbars and menus can be detached, whether they have relief borders, and whether they include icons. For dialog boxes, you can set features such as the arrangement of buttons or the position of the dialog box on the screen when it appears. The default MDI used for Gnome is modal. You can choose two other interfaces: toplevel and notebook. Gnome sets up several configuration files and directories in your home directory. The .gnome directory holds configuration files for different desktop components, such as gmc for the file manager, panel for the panels, and gmenu for the main menu. .gtkrc holds configuration directives for the GTK+ widgets. The .gnome-desktop directory holds all the items you placed on your desktop.
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