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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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3.0 Customizing Your Settings

You can change the way your KDE desktop looks and behaves to suit your own personal tastes and needs. There are several ways to influence the look and feel of the KDE desktop depending on the scope of changes to make. For users, the following options are available:

  • To change the appearance or behavior of individual desktop objects only, you can usually access a configuration dialog by right-clicking the object.

  • To change the overall appearance and behavior of your KDE desktop, use the Personal Settings that in KDE 4 replace the former KDE Control Center. The Personal Settings offer access to numerous configuration modules and dialogs, some of which can also be accessed via the context menu of individual desktop objects.

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