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* to remove an [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Applet applet] or application: right-click on Kicker -> Panel Menu -> Remove From Panel -> Applet (select) or Application (select).
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* to remove an [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Applet applet] or application, right-click on Kicker.  Depending on where your cursor is, you will either see Panel Menu -> Remove From Panel -> Applet (select) or Application (select); or an individual item choice Remove Applet/Remove Application.
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*to add an applet or application, right-click on Kicker: Panel Menu -> Add to Panel, select Applet or Application, and indicate your choice.
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*to add an applet or application, right-click on Kicker.  Again, depending on where your cursor is, you will either see Panel Menu -> Add to Panel, select Applet or Application, and indicate your choice; or an individual item choice Add Applet/Add Application.
* to move an item that is not an applet (which generally can not be moved), right-click and select Move ApplicationName Button/Menu/
* to move an item that is not an applet (which generally can not be moved), right-click and select Move ApplicationName Button/Menu/

Revision as of 21:14, 22 March 2007

  • to remove an applet or application, right-click on Kicker. Depending on where your cursor is, you will either see Panel Menu -> Remove From Panel -> Applet (select) or Application (select); or an individual item choice Remove Applet/Remove Application.
  • to add an applet or application, right-click on Kicker. Again, depending on where your cursor is, you will either see Panel Menu -> Add to Panel, select Applet or Application, and indicate your choice; or an individual item choice Add Applet/Add Application.
  • to move an item that is not an applet (which generally can not be moved), right-click and select Move ApplicationName Button/Menu/
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