Configuring the Menubar

In addition to changing the simple look, feel, and mouse behavior of your desktop environment, you need to be able to change the way in which you access the applications you most commonly use.

Specifically, you should be able to launch the applications you most commonly use by clicking icons on the menubar, where you can access them easily without having to look for them in several levels of menus.

Adding an Icon to the Menubar

To add an icon to the menubar, right-click in an empty area of the menubar and choose Add to Panel. The Add to Panel dialog box is launched, as shown in Figure 16.11.

Figure 16.11. Select Application Launcher to add an application icon to the menubar.

To add an application from the Applications ...

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