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Peripherals

J Hall

This section is where you would change settings related to peripheral devices such as keyboards and joysticks.

Display

Here you can modify settings to do with the size, orientation and refresh rate of your display, and whether you would like these settings to be applied on KDE startup. On the Power Control tab, you can configure your power management options for this screen such as blanking.

Joystick

This section allows you to configure your joystick and test that it is working properly. You can also calibrate your joystick here, and manually specify the joystick device if it is not autodetected correctly.

Keyboard

This module allows you to configure basic keyboard settings. These include keyboard repeat delay and rate, and what state you would prefer numlock to be on KDE startup.

Mouse

Here is where you can configure settings to do with your mouse device. You can switch the button order, reverse the scroll direction or modify the behaviour of clickable icons. You may also preview, install and select cursor themes. The Advanced tab allows you to fine tune your mouse settings further.

Printers

This dialog allows you to configure printers using a variety of print systems. You can add local and remote printers, check current jobs and look at printer properties.




 
 
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