tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk
Tue Mar 20 15:05:13 GMT 2007
Robin Menneer wrote:
> Yes, I've gone into gconf-editor only to be told that *if you are not
> an experienced user do not use Config Editor to set performance for
> the Gnome desktop. instead use the preference tools in the Gnome
> Desktop*. That scared me off. Cruising around the advice about
> panels, windows &c, a lot of it seems tempting for me to configure my
> desktop as I would like it BUT there is no facility for split-screen
> working where I can see the instructions at the same time as carrying
> them out, AND I can't remember from one screen to another without
> making errors. AND there's the advice not to do it. Robin
Yes, gconf-editor is a little scary and not for the feint of heart!
I would look at the stuff in the preferences menu (under system) and if
you can't find what you want to do there, ask on this list!
Tony Arnold, IT Security Coordinator, University of Manchester,
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