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Im not sure if it is Nautilus I am supposed to access or what. But I want to know how I go about things on GNOME like changing what appears ...
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    GNOME settings? how do I change them?


    Im not sure if it is Nautilus I am supposed to access or what. But I want to know how I go about things on GNOME like changing what appears int he applications menu on the taskpane/panel how to choose what fonts are availible and add things to the apps menu. So pretty much how to access the system config and such in GNOME. Mostly what I am concerned about is accessing something that will let me changed the apps menu and add stuff to it. Thank you in advance.

    **I do not know what nautilis is**

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    nautilus = gnome filemanager

    Change fonts can be done by visiting "settings://" or something like that in nautilus. Or at the menuline, usually second or third button from the top-left corner.

    menu editing currently require manual usage of "install-desktop-file" as root from a terminal.

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