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Originally Posted by Vergil83 Originally Posted by thebookerman Originally Posted by Vergil83 did you try my idea! I can't find the "applications" option maybe they call it something different.... to ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vergil83
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    did you try my idea!
    I can't find the "applications" option
    maybe they call it something different.... to use windows terms, the start menu
    No. I went to "applications" and there was no option by that name. I went to home directory, then clicked on preferences->windows & descktop, but no option was given to do this.

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    that is odd.......you should be able to edit this manually...

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    /home/xxxx/.gconf/desktop/gnome/background/%gconf.xml
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    The way he described the right click behavior reminded me of *box. And you can usually tell by name branding what WM you have if it is KDE or GNOME.

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