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xfce:xfdesktop:4.11:preferences [2014/02/24 14:15]
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 ====== Preferences ====== ====== Preferences ======
  
-You can open the Desktop settings dialog by clicking on the {gui>​Desktop} icon in the [[..:​xfce4-settings:​|Settings Manager]] or by right-clicking on an empty area of the desktop and selecting {gui>​Desktop Settings} from the popup menu. +You can open the Desktop settings dialog by clicking on the {gui>​Desktop} icon in the [[../..:​xfce4-settings:​|Settings Manager]] or by right-clicking on an empty area of the desktop and selecting {gui>​Desktop Settings} from the popup menu. 
  
 ===== Background ===== ===== Background =====
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 As its name implies, the **Background** tab has options to control the look of your desktop background. You can use images, colors or a combination of both. Use the {gui>​Style:​} option to control how your images will be displayed or to choose not to display an image at all. The {gui>​Folder:​} option points to the source for your image files. If your image folder contains multiple files, you can vary them by ticking the **Change the background** box. Using the {gui>​Color:​} option, you can select a solid color, a gradient or transparency. Finally, you can apply these choices to all workspaces at once or just the current workspace by checking/​unchecking that box. As its name implies, the **Background** tab has options to control the look of your desktop background. You can use images, colors or a combination of both. Use the {gui>​Style:​} option to control how your images will be displayed or to choose not to display an image at all. The {gui>​Folder:​} option points to the source for your image files. If your image folder contains multiple files, you can vary them by ticking the **Change the background** box. Using the {gui>​Color:​} option, you can select a solid color, a gradient or transparency. Finally, you can apply these choices to all workspaces at once or just the current workspace by checking/​unchecking that box.
  
-More details on how each of these options works can be found in the [[xfdesktop-docs:​Usage|Usage]] section.+More details on how each of these options works can be found in the [[Usage|Usage]] section.
 ===== Menus ===== ===== Menus =====
  
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 The **Menus** tab gives you the option of controlling what happens when you right-click and middle-click on the desktop. The **Desktop Menu** choice offers an alternative to going through **Settings Manager** for bringing up the **Desktop Settings** dialog. The **Window List Menu** choices give you various options for displaying a list of open applications and their workspaces. The **Menus** tab gives you the option of controlling what happens when you right-click and middle-click on the desktop. The **Desktop Menu** choice offers an alternative to going through **Settings Manager** for bringing up the **Desktop Settings** dialog. The **Window List Menu** choices give you various options for displaying a list of open applications and their workspaces.
  
-The [[xfdesktop-docs:​Usage|Usage]] section shows some examples of how the different **Window List Menu** choices look when enabled.+The [[Usage|Usage]] section shows some examples of how the different **Window List Menu** choices look when enabled.