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xfce:xfdesktop:4.16:preferences [2020/08/12 16:56]
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xfce:xfdesktop:4.16:preferences [2021/02/08 21:54] (current)
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 +====== xfdesktop - Preferences ======
  
-====== Preferences - xfdesktop ======+  * **[[#Background|Background]]** 
 +  * **[[#Menus|Menus]]** 
 +  * **[[#Icons|Icons]]**
  
-To access ''xfdesktop's'' settings, you can click on the {gui>Desktop} button in the [[../:xfce4-settings/|Settings Manager]], or right-click on the desktop and select {gui>Desktop Settings...} from the list.+---- 
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 +To access ''xfdesktop's'' settings, you can click on the {gui>Desktop} button in the [[:xfce:xfce4-settings:4.16:|Settings Manager]], or right-click on the desktop and select {gui>Desktop Settings...} from the list.
  
 <figure "Accessing desktop settings">{{:xfce:xfdesktop:4.16:desktop_settings2.png?nolink|}}</figure> <figure "Accessing desktop settings">{{:xfce:xfdesktop:4.16:desktop_settings2.png?nolink|}}</figure>
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 ''xfdesktop'' also supports Xinerama and multi-monitor setups. When more than one display / monitor is connected, the **Background** tab applies to the monitor that the window is currently displayed on, this allows for each monitor to have its own settings. To change the settings for a different monitor, move the dialog to the display you want to edit. ''xfdesktop'' also supports Xinerama and multi-monitor setups. When more than one display / monitor is connected, the **Background** tab applies to the monitor that the window is currently displayed on, this allows for each monitor to have its own settings. To change the settings for a different monitor, move the dialog to the display you want to edit.
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 ==== Images ==== ==== Images ====
 To set or change the wallpaper image, simply left-click on an image in the **Wallpaper for [...]** section. You can change the location the application looks for images in using the {gui>Folder:} option, clicking on the drop-down menu brings up a list of alternate locations. You can choose a custom directory by clicking **Other...**, which brings up the **Select a Directory** window where you can choose your custom location. To set or change the wallpaper image, simply left-click on an image in the **Wallpaper for [...]** section. You can change the location the application looks for images in using the {gui>Folder:} option, clicking on the drop-down menu brings up a list of alternate locations. You can choose a custom directory by clicking **Other...**, which brings up the **Select a Directory** window where you can choose your custom location.